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 Posted: Sat Oct 12th, 2019 09:36 pm
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Using my standard approach I’ve calved out the sand dunes out of foam. Took a while to get the path right, from the footbridge down to the beach. 






Then covering in Sculptamold. 






I’m pretty happy with how it has started to tie in the footbridge with the rest of the bay. 



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 Posted: Sat Oct 12th, 2019 11:00 pm
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Hi Chris. Excellent workmanship.” Moo” a typo. I only wish I had the strength and spirit to finish my skinny little layout to your standards. Best wishes Kevin 



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Thank you Kevin. 
Hope you are able to get on and make your excellent layout soon!



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Hi Chris . Thank you for your polite reply. After getting over my five weeks in Kings, I returned to Kings only to discover that I had aHeart rate of 150 beats, caused by a possible infection from Cellulitis. Back to square one. Best wishes Kevin 



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Ooh! Very excited to see the bay arrive.  When I was deciding what to model, the other significant option was to do Margate beach and the "famous" Dreamland pleasure park.....  I went for my home town creek, so I will be able to have a bay vicariously at Teasel!
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Thanks Micheal! I’ve always wanted a beach scene ever since I got hooked on Penhayle Bay! Tonight though has been anything but exciting... perhaps a little bit scary. Gently teasing apart the King, to coax it back into life.








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Ouch!  Now that is one area where I have no skills at all!  And I know I will need to improve - I'm counting on others here to help.  When it comes to the locomotives, I am definitely a fair weather modeller..... let us know how you get on and what you did....
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I was about to say "had you seen Rick's seaside scene on his Penhayle Bay" but I see that's exactly where you got your inspiration from Chris.

It's looking good.  I think modelling a summer beach scene will make you feel warm looking at it in the dead of winter ........................



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Haha, Penhayle remains one of my favourite layouts I’ve ever seen!

When do you know you’ve gone too far...... ‘stealing’ some of my Son’s orange Playdoh, rolling small balls and leaving them to dry out, weather them and painting up some tiny bits of dried out weeds I picked a few months back. I think the men in white coats are coming.....


Why? All for Halloween!






Weathered shop bought around the outside and the first few homemade pumpkins in the middle!

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Nice pumpkins!
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If Pumpkin season in the UK is October then its going to be a bit cold on your beach....



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Campaman wrote: If Pumpkin season in the UK is October then its going to be a bit cold on your beach....
If you go to the beach now, you will need a coat! Don’t worry, by the time I’ve finished the beach it will be summer... 2025! Haha



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And by then, it will be summer all year round...
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... I do have plans to have a high tide version. Maybe that should be the standard!
 Teasel Bay is not always going to be an idillic beach!.....



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Have you got a resident "Jaws" for the beach ?



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Petermac wrote: Have you got a resident "Jaws" for the beach ?

Don’t even have a beach yet! :mutley



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Farmer Jack is busily sorting out his Pumpkins for the Halloween orders.







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Brilliant - love it !!!  :thumbs



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Hi Chris.    When I had an allotment, I grew pumpkins, only once did I grow them of such a size, preferring to grow quashes instead. Best of luck with your Railway Empire. Best wishes Kevin 



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They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old.
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.





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