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 Posted: Sat Feb 4th, 2012 03:40 pm
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ssculptor



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I know how to make scenery, hills, trees, grass, etc. for an indoor layout. But what materials do I use for permanence on an outdoor G gauge line that is elevated 3 feet above the ground? I am specifically thinking of a grass like ground cover that will withstand the temperature range here in Connecticut - snow, sleet, rain, ice covering the layout, hot sun beating down, high humidity, etc. Temperature range from 0 to 100 degrees. Anybody have any suggestions? Aside from using AstroTurf, that is. Thanks, Stephen :old dude:



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