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elijah13
Mar 20, 2019
Very colorful engine.

What did the stamp say to the envelope? Stick with me and I will take you places.
pixipixil
Mar 20, 2019
Why was the stamp unhappy? Because he was always getting a lickin'.
nborchardt
Mar 20, 2019
Good one!
tshepherd24
Mar 20, 2019
That was very funny elijah13. I like it.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 20, 2019
Good one! Still laughing.
babygirlkfor
Mar 20, 2019
Ha ha ha
elijah13
Mar 20, 2019
Like pixipixil's also. Goes along with mine.
aussiesapphire
Mar 20, 2019
Lol Elijah.
pixipixil
Mar 26, 2019
Thanks, Elijah. Yours just cused mine to pop into my head. Great minds....
pixipixil
Mar 27, 2019
Caused
elijah13
Mar 29, 2019
Guess I did this one too fast and didn't look at the spelling.
pixipixil
Mar 20, 2019
My Dad, brother, and two of our best friends are all railroad enthusisasts. And the father of our dentist was a RR engineer before he became a dentist. Guess you could say we've been well trained.
Hope you have plans for a wonderful jurney this summer.
mamag15
Mar 20, 2019
My son hauls a lot of coal cars up in eastern PA. He is getting a little burned out. Been doing it over 20 years. He loves doing union work though.
JoyceRogers
Mar 20, 2019
I came from a railroad family. It goes back at least five generations. My grandfather was an engineer, and he told me lots of stories about all our relatives who worked on the railroads in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Arkansas. My father worked there in his teens as a "Fire Man" - shoveling coal into the engine to make it run. He worked there until he met my mother and then asked her to marry him. Her father said "No man who works in overalls will ever marry my daughter." So he quit and joined the Army Air Corps so he could wear a uniform, and marry my mother! That lead to a love of airplanes, and a life in the Air Force. "Off we go into the wild blue yonder! "
aussiesapphire
Mar 20, 2019
Lovely story Joyce, thanks for sharing. Hugs.
pixipixil
Mar 21, 2019
Joyce, that would make a wonderful book. Have you ever considered writing one? Even a collection or stories about the running of the trains would make interesting reading. We visited Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma when we were considering moving elsewhere at retirement. I really like that part of the country. We looked at a house near Langtry. It had 100 acres and was going for nearly nothing because of the problem with drug mules crossing the Rio up the road. Everything had to be locked down. It had a little hill to the side which we climbed and I could see in the distance the train making it's way across the scrub. I could see myself building a gazebo on that hill where I could sit and watch them go by. Well, 15 years later we are still in the same house and probably forever. (Sigh.) I have a wandering soul that loves seeing new things while my husband likes repetition of what is familiar.
pixipixil
Mar 21, 2019
In other words we never moved. Still in upstate NY.
aussiesapphire
Mar 21, 2019
I am an armchair traveler now Pixi and find it quite satisfying. I had my last holiday last year and while I enjoyed it very much, it is so much easier just to stay at home and enjoy the beautiful island on which I live, rather than pack to go and unpack to come back. So much easier to see places through the eyes of other people. Hugs Pixi.
JoyceRogers
Mar 21, 2019
Thanks Aussie and Pixi! While I think writing a book sounds wonderful, I believe my memories would make a very slim book! I can't remember what happened yesterday, much less stories from my grandfather! Dad's stories were more about the pranks an antics of he and his twin brother while they hung out around the trains! (like racing the train on his horse because he was late getting the mail up on the hook for the train to pick up! ) The train went right through the middle of their town, Holland, Texas, so most of the stories come from there.

I recently got a story on Ancestry about a relative in Holland, Texas in the 1850's....

"For a number of years, Thomas Upshaw served as mayor of Holland as well as justice of the peace and constable. He was instrumental in getting an ordinance passed prohibiting trains from blowing their whistles during the night while passing through town. His son-in-law, an engineer for the MKT Railroad delighted in breaking this city ordinance."

I wish I had been able to meet my ancestors...I think they would keep me laughing all the time! Can't wait for the reunion in heaven!
pixipixil
Mar 22, 2019
Hugs to you, Aussie. I have been praying nightly you remember to change position slowly so you don't faint any more. Your island sounds very beautiful. I try to content myself that we have a between-the-houses (and trees and wires and telephone poles)view of a pretty lake. The yard is pretty nice too but the deer are ruining it in spite of my efforts. I was spoiled by having a home in the mountains on a river with three acres of land (part belonging to the RR which went defunct soon after we moved.) I loved it there in spite of the very long, very cold winters. It was always beautiful in every season and I hope when we retired to get a property truly rural with some waterfrontage--any kind at all. Unfortunately the real estate value of our home never kept pace with the market prices so we are stuck.
aussiesapphire
Mar 25, 2019
Thank you for your prayers Pixi, it is much appreciated. Your last place sounds lovely. I am doing well since the new doctor changed my meds and increased my insulin. My levels in the morning are mostly where they should be but got a bit of a scare during the night and again this morning which has made me think about my diet with the diabetes and it was enough of a scare to make me do something about improving it. Hugs back to you.
pixipixil
Mar 26, 2019
Thanks, Aussie. It sure is hard to pas up those foods we love that we used to be able to eat. Hang tough. Hugs to you, too.
nborchardt
Mar 20, 2019
I look at this puzzle and the only thing that comes to my mind is the song from "Rawhide"...."Rollin', rollin', rollin', keep those doggies rollin', rollin', rollin', rollin', Rawhide". Kind of a silly theme for a Western, and I don't remember what that show was about...sad!!! Have a blessing filled day and share the goodness.
aknan
Mar 20, 2019
The show was about a cattle drive from TX to KS (or some such) and was the first role for Clint Eastwood as Rowdy Yates. Frankie Lane sang and I always sang along with him. Seems like the show's season started with the beginning of the drive and ended when they reached the sale yards. And it's "dogies", not "doggies". A dogie is a motherless calf.
1HATESIGNING1N
Mar 20, 2019
I believe it was called "Raw Hide"
aknan
Mar 20, 2019
Yes, the show was "Rawhide", all one word, probably referring to the state of one's backside after being in a saddle for days at a time...
nlbuchanan
Mar 20, 2019
Gee, I always thought "rawhide" refered to the cowhides on the hoof in the program. I like your idea better, aknan!
aknan
Mar 20, 2019
I've ridden before...
nborchardt
Mar 21, 2019
Thanks for the info, aknan! I did not know the difference.....city girl.
dbnc2
Mar 21, 2019
We get a station that get the old shows all day
that's where we stay
pixipixil my brother in law worked and retired from the rail road in VA.
jas6415
Mar 21, 2019
Pretty colors...Fun to do
JAMP124
Mar 20, 2019
A choo-choo!
KarenBuglet
Mar 21, 2019
Gesundheit
KwkClkrSwkr69
Mar 21, 2019
Nice train.
aussiesapphire
Mar 20, 2019
Heavy train.

"Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday. Was it worth it? "

"God, grant me serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference." —Reinhold Niebuhr

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
nborchardt
Mar 20, 2019
God bless you, Aussie!
mamag15
Mar 20, 2019
I always loved the Neibhur saying.
aussiesapphire
Mar 20, 2019
Thank you nborchardt and mamag - God bless you both. Hugs.
Honeybeez
Mar 20, 2019
Love train rides! My cousins wife is a retired engineer. She comes from a family of engineers.
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