Re: Welcome to z_scale New 'Poll'
- Hi Greg,
I felt that your intro was probably also destined for the group so I
forwarded it to the list. I will add your text to the member intro section
I'm sure that your fellow list members will find a way to help you
accumulate 40-50 cars in no time flat ;-)
Although I didn't mention it in the welcome note, there is often an active
poll for the list. You have joined at a good time since you can vote on a
poll as we speak, so to speak. Go to 'Polls', click on the text of the
question and add your voice to the 17 who have already voted.
Come on Guys and Gals, vote!
Enjoy your new found Z adventure, Greg. The rest of us certainly do!
>From: Greg <GK180@...>_________________________________________________________________________
>To: z_scale Moderator <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: Welcome to z_scale
>Date: Thu, 04 Jan 2001 23:59:55 -0800
>I decided i need a new hobby as salt water fish got extremely expensive and
>are not always the heartiest pets. i loved trains (they were probably HO
>scale) as a kid and after watching a show on Lionel Trains the other nite,
>decided to get back into them. I elected Z scale as i live in a small
>apartment and dont have a lot of space. I just bought a Western Pacific
>starter set and a power unit and am very happy so far. (i was kicking
>myself after i found the same set on the net for $80 less, last time i go
>to that store.)
>My interests are mostly american cars and diesel locos over other types.
>if anyone knows of a dealer/person who would be a good source for a volume
>of cars and locos, please let me know. i think i'd like to build up a good
>amount of pieces as i learn about the various track designs and layout
>options. by the time i aquire 40-50 cars/locos, hopefully i will then be
>comfortable enough with whats out there, to assemble a nice track layout
>with switches, landscapes and buildings etc. I'm in Oakland, CA
>At 07:19 AM 1/5/01 -0000, you wrote:
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