View single post by bobh
 Posted: Tue Nov 8th, 2011 04:44 pm
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Joined: Thu Jun 30th, 2011
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i understand what you're going through completely.  One advantage that you have is that you live in Colorado and can view first hand things you want to model.  I live in the east so most of my info comes via the internet/books/etc.

Since the D&RGW served several different clients you can have a fair mix of industries to choose from.  One thing to remember is that you CAN"T MODEL EVERYTHING" you want. 

Deciding on a mix of scenery, realistic operation etc and be happy with that is as best as one can do.  A tonic for that is to make what ever you do...gooder!  By narrowing your choices you have more time to devote to what those choices are. 

Most importantly, relaxe and enjoy yourself!

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