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Nice shots Bill. Did you venture out today? We have 1.37in of rain as of 1800 here on Fox Island.
My gear for the past 8 years:
Last month I upgraded:
Nikkor 16-80mm f/2.8-4E
Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G
I have not had the time or weather to really play with my new gear.
We have a lot of trains up here in the PNW Art. One minor detail, taken from records at my house. In February we had 6 days "with out" rain or rain/snow mix and in March we had 5 days "with out" rain. Assuming: of the total of 11 days with out rain, 50% were overcast at best, that leaves you...
I really like the hawk photo, that is a great pic.
Amazing photos, I really like number 25. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks, I found a lot of information on the Grangeville branch, but not much on the line to Orofino.
Bill, I inquired on the Camas Prairie group, but no answer yet.
Would anyone know If the Great Northwest RR is running any trains on the Lewiston, Spalding, Orofino, Kooskia Branch? We might be going in that direction in the next few weeks and I was wondering if it is dead or alive. I was in Orofino about five years ago and the rails looked pretty rusty...
Three hours each way does make for a long day, but the scenery is spectacular. Thank you, your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Can't wait for the next installment. Did the quake cause any problems for the railroads that you are aware of, other than the usual delays for inspection?
Well that is funny, I never read the title, I just saw the picture and started reading the article. I guess I better start paying attention.
Lots good information, thanks. I will be interesting to see what transpires this winter. Well, let's not think about winter now, I haven't had enough summer.
Bill: Thanks for the title change, I had to laugh when saw it. I'm not too creative before 0700 and only half a cup of coffee. BTW, I...
Interesting read. You would think BNSF would have cleared this up by now.
I always look forward to your spring photos, the green hills really compliment the subjects. The second photo is a perfect example. Thank you for sharing.
For those who might be interested, N3V games is planning an extreme makeover of Trainz.
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