If I can get the breathing back to normal (no coughing)
I will start sorting out.
The railway project is supposed to be for the Grandson, but I must admit I enjoy it as much as him. And my son hasn't got any spare space in their terraced house so I'm stuck with it here. 😁.
He gets to choose which trains to run for the first stint, usually about 2 hours, then I choose.
As we have 37 locos and 107 various forms of rolling stock to play with and controllers to run 3 at a time for now.
Have an original hornby Zero 1 digital system, but haven't had chance to fit the decoders in the locos yet.
Next stage is to somehow fit a pulley system so that it can be raised up to the rafters so that I can get my car in and out of the garage.
Back to the boat situation, I have another to get from a relative, it belonged to an uncle, and he passed away in November and he had left it to me. Don't know what it is, only that it's 4 foot long and made of wood, no pictures.
I've still not been able to get to visit my mum yet so her garage is still sat on my trailer waiting for me to deliver it.
This getting old and frequently more useless is depressing, especially when the old grey cells are in good working order.
Caroline bought me a machine called a Cricut Maker to help me with the modelling.
I haven't got the hang of the software yet but I'll get there.
It can draw or cut out all sorts of material, so far I have tried it with card, plasticard, sticky backed vinyl and thin ply, apparently it will cut through up to 3mm thick.
I also have a a good read through the postings on here and comment if I feel I can be of any help.
BTW the little veg garden and kitchen, is part of the 12 roomed Georgian Mansion that Caroline has in the spare room.
Well guys and gals of all ages I think that's all for now so I'll say goodnight and good health.