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They must feel your better off at home Kevin
Chin up, cup of tea and put the radio on bud  :)

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Good to hear from you Kevin. Lots to catch up on, on here to keep you going!



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Its good to hear that you are home and whilst hospital can be a good place to be, at least at home you can have a cup of tea and sit around in your pyjamas all day without anyone telling you what you have to do.  My dad spent some time in hospital at the start of the year and was pleased to get home for the simple reason that no-one woke him up 4 times a night to find out if he was sleeping ok!!!

I am not able to model right now and depend on forums, YouTube and books to keep my interest going.  I would recommend this - chill out, kick back, make a brew and rest.  In a few weeks I am sure that you will feel better and, if the doctors are happy, you can get back to the Plank

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Hi Matt.  I did complain about my inability to walk without help. But they must need the bed. Best wishes Kev 



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Hi Kevin
I've been following your quest for the backs of houses with gardens in low relief.  You can certainly buy "off the peg", but they are pricey.  The advantage is that they are ready to plant.  Scalescenes do a print and cut version.  In theory the cheapest option, although it involves having a printer and quite a lot of cutting, including relatively thick card - although you can always use thinner card and laminate, but that means more printing and more cutting.  And the added cost of the card, paper, glues etc. soon adds to the cost if you don't already have a supply.

Alternatively, you could look at laser cut kits.  they will require putting together and painting, but are a pretty good compromise...

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/121949224748

You could look at these as a starting point, or just search laser cut houses rear low relief or some similar search to see what is available.
Alternatively, Metcalf also make some....



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Hi Matt.  Touch wood, this is another reply I am back to sleeping in my own bed., which is next to the Railway Room.With luck this will inspire me to finish the layout, as long as I can purchase the stuff on line. It would be better if I was fit enough to attend, as soon as things are back to normal, a Railway show, where I can buy what I require.   
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That is good. Can't wait to see updates with progress again!



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Hi Chris.  Thank you for your reply and encouragement . Keep up the good work on Teasel Bay.The trouble is that I am locked down, and I cannot expect my food shopping volunteers to get the stuff that I require for the Railway as well. I still haven’t done anything to my scenic break. I will be happy when I can get out.  Best wishes Kevin 



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How are the planks doing Kevin ?  Trying to catch up with everyone after a manic work period so Im slowly ' doing the rounds'  :thumbs
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