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Re: Follow The World's Smallest Traveling Engine!

Post  Admin on Sat May 19, 2018 1:24 am

Great pictures Kim! I'm glad you got it running and it's nice to see it got some air time as well. Uncle Wayne looks like he enjoyed being part of it as well! Very nice!

I've been so busy this past week that I didn't have a good chance to really look at your pictures so I waited before I said anything. Thank you once again for taking part! I Love This Forum!

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Post  Kim on Sat May 19, 2018 7:14 am

Admin wrote:Great pictures Kim! I'm glad you got it running and it's nice to see it got some air time as well. Uncle Wayne looks like he enjoyed being part of it as well! Very nice!

I've been so busy this past week that I didn't have a good chance to really look at your pictures so I waited before I said anything. Thank you once again for taking part! I Love This Forum!

Thank You Jacob! Yes, it was a great time! Wayne still likes these machines, and we're gonna try to have more flying sessions this year. Our 'Guy's Day Out' now mostly consists of runs to Walmart for supplies and he's usually spent by the time we get home, so I'll be doubling up on the visits to have a morning where the planes are the only things happening.

Thanks again for this great project.

The W.S.T.E. is now on it's was to Bill-gwilliefox, we traded P.M.'s before it was launched...and he should have it by Monday.

Thanks again to all involved in the World's Smallest Traveling Engine !!!!

Kim
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Re: Follow The World's Smallest Traveling Engine!

Post  Kim on Wed May 23, 2018 1:47 pm

Showing the W.S.T.E. as 'delivered' to Bill 'gwilliefox' on Monday, but haven't gotten a P.M. reply yet.  Please shoot me a note if you got it.
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Re: Follow The World's Smallest Traveling Engine!

Post  GWILLIEFOX on Thu May 24, 2018 9:38 am

Yesterday I received the World's Smallest Travelling Engine. I'll be reporting soon on its activities
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Re: Follow The World's Smallest Traveling Engine!

Post  Kim on Thu May 24, 2018 2:09 pm

GWILLIEFOX wrote:Yesterday I received the World's Smallest Travelling Engine.  I'll be reporting soon on its activities

COOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Post  Admin on Tue Aug 14, 2018 8:01 pm

Any updates?

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Re: Follow The World's Smallest Traveling Engine!

Post  balogh on Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:34 am

I am supposed to be on the list and wonder if there is a way to estimate when the engine may come around? Given my distant location from the rest of participants I am contemplating to sign off in order not to further elongate the engine's travel unnecessarily for others behind me on the list..
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OH Hell NO!

Post  fredvon4 on Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:01 pm

I do believe we have had this discussion before

world wide travel...new and interesting places...history lessons....very cool photos

No one at all cares about HOW long it takes to circumnavigate the globe

I personally don't care much about it running or flying.... I am more interested in the weird, strange, and cool places the dinky Cox has been and some of the back story of those places

I have learned more USA and World History on this web site than in all my years in schooling and life
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Re: Follow The World's Smallest Traveling Engine!

Post  balogh on Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:48 pm

Thank you for the encouragement Fred. This one below was just shot especially for you on MY OWN TRAVELING COX 010 TEE DEE ( I like to have one with me when I travel, just in case... Very Happy ) in Tuscani Italy where I drove down from Hungary with my wife for a short vacation...one of the plenty of gemboxes of beautiful Italy, Tuscani is renowned for its history, scenery....and Chianti red wines. And just lately, for the rare appearance in Italy of a COX010...
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Post  Marleysky on Wed Aug 15, 2018 2:11 pm

balogh wrote:Thank you for the encouragement Fred. This one below was just shot especially for you on MY OWN TRAVELING COX 010 TEE DEE ( I like to have one with me when I travel, just in case... Very Happy ) in Tuscani Italy where I drove down from Hungary with my wife for a short vacation...one of the plenty of gemboxes of beautiful Italy, Tuscani is renowned for its history, scenery....and Chianti red wines. And just lately, for the rare appearance in Italy of a COX010...

That is a Cool Picture! I think I'll have some pasta and Red Wine! Cheers!
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Re: Follow The World's Smallest Traveling Engine!

Post  getback on Wed Aug 15, 2018 5:12 pm

Shoot Rene i am good with that, Bout time to do some italian (( heck its been 2 days ))
That's from Spain but what the fu> GIE
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Re: Follow The World's Smallest Traveling Engine!

Post  fredvon4 on Thu Aug 16, 2018 12:51 pm

I really really need a world map or globe near my PC

I know where most countries in Europe are and have been to many....but a drive from Budapest to Tuscany....is curious
Google maps here is come

Thanks Balogh...great picture and background
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Re: Follow The World's Smallest Traveling Engine!

Post  balogh on Thu Aug 16, 2018 12:59 pm

Fred it is a 600miles drive mostly on highways taking about 8.5 hours net...or gross if I drive alone and my intercontinental bladder allows an uninterrupted drive...but you know how it is when your wife sits on the passenger seat. Very Happy
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Re: Follow The World's Smallest Traveling Engine!

Post  Admin on Thu Aug 16, 2018 2:25 pm

Beautiful picture Balogh! Hang in there, however long it takes, you should be able to have your turn with the Traveling Engine someday.

Anyone hear from Bill (GWILLIEFOX) lately?

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I have learned more USA and World History on this web site than in all my years in schooling and life

"You learn more here by accident than elsewhere by design." -Joe Soucheray (local MN radio host and newspaper columnist)

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You learn more here by accident than elsewhere by design." -Joe Soucheray (local MN radio host and newspaper columnist

Post  fredvon4 on Thu Aug 16, 2018 4:00 pm

True DAT!
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