As luck would have it, I happened to drop in to Silverton for a quick afternoon pit stop when I heard a steam whistle much later in the afternoon than usual. Upon further inspection, it was the D&S railfan weekend, and the wonderful 2-8-0 #315 was leading an evening round trip from Silverton to Elk Park. So I hung around for an extra hour to check out the return trip, shown here crossing in the Animas River.
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No but imagine James walking in later that night and being disgusted because not only did they leave him in the woods but 'you thought that thing was me?! I'm much more majestic as that.' And James is forever offended that they can't recognise him.
RIO - A1092554 - - Manhattan Please Share:TO BE DESTROYED 10/11/16 **NEEDS A NEW HOPE RESCUE TO PULL** Take a look at Rio’s picture…..what you will see is a dog in despair. He was left tied to a fence and brought to the ACC by a good samaritan who thought he/she was doing Rio a favor. Rio gave his finder no trouble at all but once in the shelter, his fear got the better of him. Now, just 4 DAYS later the shelter has decided he is pretty much a hopeless case and
10-10. Sailboat for Columbus Day. This block is a simplified version of The Mayflower, published in the Kansas City Star in 1936, and then later in the same newspaper as Sailboat in Blue and White in 1945. It also goes by the name Tad Lincoln’s Sailboat (Famous Features mail-order booklets). Later, a similar block, made entirely of squares (too much piecing for my liking) was published in the Kansas City Star in 1957 as Sail Boat, and by Mrs Danner’s Quilts.