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Old 11-25-2009, 11:41 AM
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Finally completed the Christmas Village and if you look close you will see an ambulance so that makes this Pro-Car related.

Merry Christmas.

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Old 11-25-2009, 12:18 PM
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Finally completed the Christmas Village and if you look close you will see an ambulance so that makes this Pro-Car related.

Merry Christmas.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CA2-ClHuBVQ
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Very Nice Set up. Great job



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Old 11-25-2009, 01:23 PM
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Richard,
When I first started watching, I thought, "that's nice", but as it played on, I couldn't stop the WOWS! It seems that you have captured just about every outdoor winter activity in action. I wracked my brain for something missing and finally came up with a challenge for you. How about a snowball fight with moving snowballs?
Seriously though, as an old model train buff, I can well imagine the countless hours of hard work invloved in getting all of this up and running. You are to be commended. It's just a shame that the Christmas season is so short.
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Old 11-25-2009, 02:08 PM
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Richard, that is amazing! How long did that take? What kind of ambulance is that? I think that is one the most detailed Christmas scenes I have even seen. Great job.
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Old 11-25-2009, 03:25 PM
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I've got nun's having a snowball fight but will have to work on the snowballs actually moving. Thanks for the nice comments and with you as a train modeler, you know the work involved.

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Richard, that is amazing! How long did that take? What kind of ambulance is that? I think that is one the most detailed Christmas scenes I have even seen. Great job.
This year it took about 4 weeks doing something on it daily. We trimmed a total of 60 inches off and could not use 9 houses. The ambulance is a Department 56 ambulance. Thanks for the compliment. The detail work goes to Terri. Each year she changes it and each year I say, "No way you can beat last year". Yet she does.
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Richard all I can say is wow...You manage two different business's...Obviously do well in both...Take care of the Wife and Ohh yeah there's those two old Caddy's that demand attention. Whoo is all I can say.
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Very very nice! I want one. Richard, can you build one for me?????
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Jim, soon enough us New England folks will resemble that very Christmas Village! I started the snow blower to make sure it was ready.
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It is great, I think I'd leave it up year round!
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