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Not my cuppa, but I bet there are a load of kids out there who would love something like this. Maybe a few adults too.
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Joat, did you ever make any of those banks you were designing? The one of the Titon truck

I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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Joat, did you ever make any of those banks you were designing? The one of the Titon truck
Yes, and no. Yes, have a couple of 2 foot tall Wizard banks. No, not a Titan. Yet.

Got a couple of details on the Titan that I haven't quite resolved. But it got put on the back burner for awhile. Have lymphedma in both lower legs, and that has been acting up for a bit, so haven't been in the shop for awhile now. But, been going to a Wound Center, and problem almost resolved now. When it is, I will be referred to a Lymphedma Clinic, rather than my previous doctor, who caused a lot of this, and they will check me every 3 months. Should be back in the shop soon, and the Titan is going to go way up on the list then.

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Sorry to hear about your health . Hope you get it resolved quickly and start making saw dust again .
I was really looking forward to seeing the Titon built , and may be doing it myself someday , as it might be a good seller in the cole mining community.

There’s tons of CPR employees here too , so I should do a train bank also

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Sorry to hear about your health . Hope you get it resolved quickly and start making saw dust again .
I was really looking forward to seeing the Titon built , and may be doing it myself someday , as it might be a good seller in the cole mining community.

Thereís tons of CPR employees here too , so I should do a train bank also
It's not actually a health issue, more a quality of life issue. And there is no resolving quickly; last time they ulcerated took 8 months to get good. This time the doctor that was supposed to be caring for me wasn't doing his job. But all going much faster this time, difference is, this time getting home health nurses re-wrapping my legs 3 times a week. In a couple of weeks have high hopes I will go back to wrapping them myself again. And it's one of those lifetime PITA things.

But no sweat, I want to see a Titan bank too. Train bank? Oh no, another design to work out. Hmm, wonder how a steam locomotive would turn out. May have to settle for a diesel.

I will be posting pictures when I finally get one done. But likely will need to take pictures with my phone. Tried Avast malware, and immediately had problems. Computer slowed waaaay down, started getting scripts slowing me down, etc., and it also screwed up the program that let me load pictures from my camera, never have been able to resolve that one. So looks like low quality pictures are in my future.
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