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    Good Grief on that Wood Tick,

    The thing that comes to mind is potential for Lyme Disease or something else really bad......Happy for you, u found the CREEPY CRAWLER before he burrowed into your skin!

    Fortunate me for me so far, nasty mosquito bites, and Mrs Blue got bit by Bark Scorpion spider, nasty little fella, I can tell ya that.......
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    Blue, you're right about the Lyme disease. Never know what you could get. There was a case this week of a woman being stung by a scorpion on a flight from Toronto to Calgary. She was stung shortly before landing. They found the scorpion in the crevice of the seat. Ouch! Hope your wife didn't suffer too much from the bite.

    We used to find mice living in electrical panels and boxes. They would be full of nesting material and grain. The insulation would be chewed off some of the wires. We always took precautions when cleaning things up and doing repairs because of the risk posed by mice and carrying hanta virus. You never know. One time I found one of my winter work boots half full of grain.

    Have a good day, Blue.
    Jack

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    You too my Friend,

    And Mr's Blue did survive, it happened over in Arizona, and she was really scared, luckily she didn't get a full jab of Venom, but it was enough on her foot, that pain went on for 3 hrs or so....


    She never walked into the kitchen in the middle of the night barefoot again...Nor did I.....

    You have a great day and weekend...

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    Caribou Dayliner Service through the B.C. Interior.
    Trying my hand at reskinnng here. A work in progress for sure.


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    The reskin on the railiner looks pretty good to me, Casey.

    A nice sampling of screen shots from Harold and TrainmasterGT.

    Crossing highway 15 west of Semans.
    Cheers, Jack


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    The reskin on the railiner looks pretty good to me, Casey.
    Thanks Jack. This reskinning thing is a whole new area of interest for me. Really enjoying the research into period locos and rolling stock. Meanwhile I see spring has arrived west of Semans. Looks good!
    There's still snow in my backyard here but, thanks to seasonal assets, spring has sprung on the route. Clean up time!


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    Springtime in the Rockies

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    Casey, it looks to me like you have a talent for reskinning. I am like a kid with crayons trying to stay within the lines when colouring a picture. The last of our snow melted away about a week ago and I hope there is no more until very late in the fall.

    A nice winter shot, Harold, and a great engine on the head end!

    Heading east at Semans.
    Cheers, Jack

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    Springtime in the Valley


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