Apr 11, 2021
Moose's latest projects: Mount Tahoma & Pacific Railroad passenger coaches!
Love seeing your use of "Mount Tahoma".
Custom decals? Great work!
Ohhh yeah. Moose wonder, how many members here know the more well know name of Mount Tahoma?
Thank you, good sir! Yes, custom decals, well, mostly custom with some MicroScale decals here and there. Custom decals from a Canadian fellow, Bill Bringer of Precision Design Co. ... Is that okay to post here?
Being a native Washingtonian and NP fan, I am familiar with Mt Tahoma. Great looking models. What are you using for motive power?
... and the "Mountain Fresh" beer named after it!
Thank you neighbour! Motive power is diverse, so this moose'll have to post another thread with the requisite purrty photos of them the next time Moose has the time ... But until then, here's one that was most recently seen hauling an MT&P train, a mighty 2-8-4 Mt Olympus:
Moose finished the Oban Interurban Railway Doodlebug and coach today.
Edit: And wouldn't you know it, the photo shows a boo-boo in the glass on the baggage door of the Doodlebug... Will have to fix that next weekend...
2nd Edit: Whoops! Moose mistook the shiny can motor inside the Doodlebug for a blemish on the window. All's good!
Known to us natives as "Vitamin R". Ha ha ha....
I see it every day. We now call it Mt. Rainier.
Must be difficult to decal with hoofs...personally, I have a lemur that seems to always end up trying to help me. At least he has little marsupial hands that can get into those tiny spots. I'll have to post a picture next time I'm working on something.
Keep up the great work!
Nice as usual!
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Would enjoy seeing him at work, as a matter of fact, could Moose borrow him?
I have a penguin and he's not much help at all.
No fingers, toes, or (most important) opposing thumbs...
True, but the real million dollar question is; do penguins have knees?
I thought the million dollar question is... "Do they taste good dipped in ranch?"
Your post is sick, twisted and depraved . . . and also funny.