15geometrias de trilha para 00-Gauge Hornby Setrack

Voltei recentemente para modelar railwaying depois de um hiato de mais de uma década. Desde a última vez modelada, as coisas mudaram consideravelmente, com a ampla disponibilidade de software de modelagem que permite layouts de ser cuidadosamente concebido com antecedência - garantindo o projeto vai caber no espaço, e que a faixa desejada está disponível.
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1Câmera escondida

After a recent con­ver­sa­tion I was reminded of the numer­ous prac­tic­al jokes I have car­ried out over the years. A quick scan around the Inter­net doesn’t actu­ally reveal a par­tic­u­larly good selec­tion of cheap harm­less pranks to play on friends so I thought I’d share some of my favour­ites
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0EU MapPlanear um feriado europeu de condução

I recently wrote about our European driv­ing hol­i­day and a couple of people have since asked me for some more detailed inform­a­tion about the plan­ning pro­cess. A menos que as pessoas querem fazer exatamente a mesma viagem, many of the details will be dif­fer­ent, mas as coisas principais para verificação permanecem os mesmos. Here I’ll detail how I planned our hol­i­day and what tools and sites I used, along with spe­cif­ic examples from our trip
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0Ford GT no Autobahneuro RoadTrip 2013

Every sum­mer I go on Hol­i­day to the beau­ti­ful Greek island of Crete. I’m yet to go alone and this year as well as my part­ner I was joined by 2 companheiros, both of whom have been before. How­ever, este ano, we decided to do things a little dif­fer­ently — rather than fly over most of Europe we decided to drive and see some of Europe on the jour­neys. We had a great time and the total cost was about the same as fly­ing and rent­ing a car, so we’ll def­in­itely be doing it again.… continue lendo

1Bottom of Sarakina GorgeSarakina Gorge no Sudeste Creta

Pouco antes de partimos em nossas viagens este ano, Percebi uma foto on face­book, pos­ted by a “page” I fol­low called Vis­it­I­era­petra. It was a photo of a beau­ti­ful look­ing fresh-water gorge, appar­ently very near to Iera­petra in South-East Crete. Hav­ing vis­ited Iera­petra over 20 times and hav­ing friends who live there, I thought I’d prob­ably seen all of the loc­al high­lights, but I’d nev­er heard of this gorge. A bit of research on google indic­ated that the gorge wasn’t par­tic­u­larly well known, at least to Eng­lish speak­ers. I gathered togeth­er what inform­a­tion I could and made a vow to find the place.… continue lendo

1sinopse engraçado de Warren G de “Regular”

I saw this on Wiki­pe­dia a while ago, pode até ter sido um par de anos atrás, thanks to a friend’s link on face­book. It has since dis­ap­peared from wiki­pe­dia, que é uma vergonha, as it is a work of geni­us. I’ve repro­duced it here because of how much it made me chuckle. I’m afraid I have no idea who the ori­gin­al author was, mas se você acha que sabe, ou é o autor, please get in touch for cred­it.

Informações na pista Reg­u­late e os artistas War­ren G e Nate Dogg is avail­able on wiki­pe­dia.

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0Another Réal Ale Trail — Wherry Lines Ale Track

There are quite a few Rail Ale Trails now avail­able in the UK, includ­ing the South Pen­nines one I recently wrote about. I recently had to organ­ise a stag do for a mate, and after look­ing into sev­er­al options I con­cluded the best option would be an Ale Trail in anoth­er part of the coun­try. The route I worked out has since become anoth­er estab­lished Ale Trail called the Wherry Lines Ale Pista
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0Sul Pennines Real Ale Trail

Recentemente, um grupo de amigos e eu fui na South Pen­nines Real Ale Trail. This is the same Ale Trail that fea­tured on Oz and James Drink to Bri­tain. Antes de entrar em detalhes, a quick sum­mary — we all had an excel­lent day, e se uma boa alguns ales.
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