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Pleased you are back home Kevin you have certainly been missed.

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Briperran wrote: Pleased you are back home Kevin you have certainly been missed.

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Couldnt agree more.................get well soon Kevin :thumbs



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Not sure why I got a specific mention! But glad you hear you are on the mend and back on the forum. It has been a lot quieter!!



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Hi Kevin

Glad to hear that you are back at home.  Take it easy my friend and ease yourself back in gently.  I recommend a few days sitting catching up on what has happened on here!!

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Turn me back for two minutes and he's snuck out of hospital and legged it home.
Welcome back Kevin  :thumbs  As others have said, take it easy and catch up on whats been hapening on here, The Inglenook can wait a bit

Cheers

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Yes, good to hear you have got home .

Take it easy - things will wait..



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Hi Kevin and welcome back to the fold. Many congratulations in surviving five weeks of hospital food.

It sounds as if you'll be taking things easy as your strength returns, but pop in anytime for a chat.

Best wishes for a full recovery from a still swealtering hot Loire Valley,

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Hi Michael. Thank you . On the mend.? If only, after five weeks of Hospital Tests, I have aged five years. I have lost my balance, as for being pumped full of antibiotics and I really need skip to the loo? And then I don’t know exactly what was wrong with me. Not apparently? The The suspected heart attack , but heart valves, hence the antibiotics.Best wishes Kevin 



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Hi Bill.  Thank you. Being back? Back, but not quite, as for Hospital food, the Best they had was salmon with peas and potatoes with hollandaise sauce.. I have a. carer who pops in, but I have to get fit by myself because I am so unfit after my stay and I don’t want anymore Hospital stays. Best wishes Kevin 



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Hi Matt. It wasn’t so much sneaking out? But I now find myself feeling worse than ever but I must admit that it could have been worse. Worse than missing some good Railway shows? But I am home.  Best wishes Kevin 



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I'll echo what others have said Kevin - welcome back.  We were indeed worried about you but Matt did some detective work and got to the bottom of your absence.

I think many of us know what a prolonged spell in hospital does for one so just take it easy for now and let your batteries trickle charge.  We won't go anywhere just yet ............. :cheers



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Hi Petermac.  Thank you, when I went off to Hospital in the middle of the night, with a suspected heart attack I am sorry to say that the iPad and iPhone were the last thing on my mind. And even though an ambulance pulled into the close, it wasn’t until Matt got onto the police who woke up the neighbours early on a Sunday morning that anyone knew where I was. Three cheers to Matt. Best wishes Kevin 



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You can run. . . But you cannie hide !  I just told em you were doing free bacon rolls Kevin.. never seen the beggers move so fast ! That WPC gave me heck when she realised I was fibbing  ;-)
As others have said, good your back, now feet up and take it easy for a bit

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Glad to have you back Kevin.You have been missed,I hope you're feeling better.



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Barchester wrote: You can run. . . But you cannie hide !  I just told em you were doing free bacon rolls Kevin.. never seen the beggers move so fast ! That WPC gave me heck when she realised I was fibbing  ;-)
As others have said, good your back, now feet up and take it easy for a bit

Cheers

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Well done Sherlock Matt .................................  I must make a note that the Feds will do anything for a bacon buttie   ..........



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Hi Matt . As I wrote to Petermac, up until the police woke up the neighbours in the close, no one had any idea of my whereabouts. I am glad to be out of hospital, but, that really took it out of me, in more ways than one. First order of the day is to be able to get up and down stairs without a lot of grunting. Best wishes Kevin 



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Hi Alan.  Thank you for your kind words. But I really need to work on my recovery, before I can get back to serious modelling?      Best wishes Kevin 



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Barchester wrote: You can run. . . But you cannie hide !  I just told em you were doing free bacon rolls Kevin.. never seen the beggers move so fast ! That WPC gave me heck when she realised I was fibbing  ;-)
As others have said, good your back, now feet up and take it easy for a bit

Cheers

Matt


Hi Matt. If only I could walk? let alone run, that would be an achievement. When I negotiate the stairs I require a “ Banking Engine “.to get me up or down. One day at a time,” Sweet Jesus “.    Best wishes Kevin 



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Hi Matt  Thank you for everything. But now I must concentrate on my recovery. But, I have been doing some serious thinking. Because my plans are based on Southern England, I realise that any rock scenery should be based on a mixture of Chalk and Clay , I have read about using Polystyrene ceiling tiles which all look Straightforward which leads me to the question of Chalk and all the ideas I have read feature rock strata, but aren’t both Chalk and clay compact? Thank you again Kevin 



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Hi Kevin

Yes, chalk and rock are compact - no nice layers there.  Chalk is a tricky thing to model in large quantities, but hints of it here and there will be enough to indicate the location.  Use photographs of the real thing (from internet) to help.  Patches of bare chalk showing through grass and plants is probably more realistic than a whole rock face - unless you are doing cliffs!

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