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  • Ian Blease
    Apr 30, 2000
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      Hi Ole

      Congratulations on your first effort of a web page, you put the right of us
      to shame with your effort and diligence in your attempt to make your own Z
      scale track. I am sure many of us watch your progress with great interest.

      Ian Blease.
      A Brit living in NW Ohio, USA with an American HO layout and a European Z
      layout.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Ole Rosted" <Ole.Rosted@...>
      To: <z_scale@egroups.com>
      Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2000 10:21 AM
      Subject: [z_scale] homepage


      >
      > Hi group,
      >
      > You are hereby invited to visit my new/first homepage.
      >
      > I intended to start somewhat like this: "I proudly present" etc. but
      > there is actually not much to be proud of.
      >
      > There are three reasons why I'm making a homepage.
      >
      > #1. I always wanted to try to make a homepage
      >
      > #2 It will offer an oportunity for me to share pics etc. with others
      > without using other peoples resources (unless they want to) and
      >
      > #3 It offers an easy way to introduce myself to the z-community. (A
      > little late maybe?)
      >
      > But be warned: There is not much to see. There is a picture of me,
      > pics of my loks, and a short curriculum vitae. And - not to forget -
      > a picture of my grandson who (without knowing it) kick-started me in
      > the Z modeling business.
      >
      > I plan to document my proceedings making track using code 40 rail.
      > Digging deeper into this I have - from time to another - found *many*
      > highly interesting sites written by people who have a deep insight in
      > these matters. And who actually have made some track - even
      > turn-outs!
      >
      > All I have so far is 15 cm. of straight track, a lot of ties, several
      > meters of code 40 weathered rail, some marvellous flux (thanks Bill K)
      > 3 Xuron rail cutters and some misty ideas on how to get on.
      >
      > And then I have a couple of jigs I built to make the soldering of
      > rail/ties and cutting of ties possible.
      >
      > They are illustrated on my page, and I guarantee: You have never seen
      > anything like them. :-/
      >
      > My address is: http://home.worldonline.dk/fperosted01
      >
      > Yes it is: fperosted01 after the slash.
      >
      > It is my "name" on a special FrontPage extensions-server.
      >
      > Take a look at my site and if you find errors please report them to
      > mee. (Spelling and gramatical errors not included)
      >
      > As I say on the start-page: Don't waste your time and/or money on
      > frequent visits to my site. After this outburst of energy used in
      > figuring out how to make the site and publish it, nothing more will
      > happen.
      >
      > If I want to share pics, info etc. I will tell you on the list.
      >
      > A couple of strange things happened during uploading, but looking at
      > the pages I find them ok. After an upload yesterday some text was
      > missing however. I made a new upload just now, and it looks like I
      > succeeded.
      >
      > regards Ole Rosted, Denmark
      >
      >
      >
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      > CraZy 'bout Zee!
      >
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