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    Shepp's First Greenhouse and Railroad Office Pictures

    Hi,

    Here is a link to more pictures from Shepp. This is his first greenhouse, and is quite nice. There is also a picture of his office which he designed as a railroad setting. The picture of his office was taken in the winter, and he promises to send me more in the spring when everything greens up and is in bloom.


    http://www.landspro.com/page4200.htm

    Shepp can tell us more...

    Thanks, Shepp!
    Ann B.
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    Nice job Shepp!

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    Shepp I need you at my house are you ready for a vacation work out Ha ha I like your works Gene
    Gene

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    Love that office!

    Shepp,
    I really like your greenhouse! and I really really like your office!
    I live very near the Muskegon River and down where we used to go swimming there was an old railroad car that the people used to use as a cottage (a place to sleep out of the elements). They let us use it for changing clothes and getting drinks of water. Everybody would take care of it because they might only come up once a year or so! Just a little remenising (sp?)!
    Happy Growing,
    Vicki in West. Mich.

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    memories

    i can always sit and listen to memories.
    friday nights in the summer and fall
    some friends come over.we start a campfire near my garden railroad. run the train ,cook a hotdog.tell stories i call it the meeting of the hobo's .very peaceful .you can hear the whistle blow off in the distance.
    cant wait for spring or at least a warm evening .

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    hey vickie

    i live 7 miles from the muskingum river.
    about 60 to 70 mile upstream from where it dumps into the ohio river.
    i counted one time that at least 14 differnt rairoads came to this town. and i probabaly missed some. even a narrow gauge train.
    and steamboats.
    you all know the standard width of between the rails are dont you.
    i always heard it was 4 ft 9&1/2 inches the average length of a damsel in distress
    from her ankles to her neck.
    ask dudley doright ,he will confirm it.

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    Bumping for Robert...
    Ann B.
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    Ann and Shepp...............

    Ann and Shepp,

    Thank you very much for the pictures, explanations and bumping the threads. I appreciate that.

    When I make my first million, maybe I'll get to take a few trips and see you guys.

    As Rebecca says, "Keep those hands dirty."

    Rob
    From the Land of Sky Blue Waters

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    Bumping at Shepp's request for Jim in Texas!
    Ann B.
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    Bumping again...

    It's that time of the year!
    Ann B.
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    And again....
    Ann B.
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