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Pretty cool. I think my 8 year old son would wear the knees out several pairs of jeans before he would tire of a setup like that!

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Awesome! Man, I would have been in heaven when I was a little with that set-up!
Probably not actually these aren't exactly "toys", not to many kids I know like having something just sitting on a shelf to look at.


When we were selling the last house I had a sign up on my display for the people looking at the house: "Please don't touch, they are more fragile and worth more than you think."


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Very impressive. Good to see some Canadian farms in the 1/64 world.
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I am speechless. What a great job! Good for you, right down to the drill press in the shop. Wow that is great talent. Thanks for the pics. Post more, would you? In one of the pics, it looks like a hedge in front of the house maybe? Do you have a whole farm overview pic?

I can not get over it. Good job!
More will come soon, it is back to a slight state of disaster at the moment after I got some great ideas to work on some areas after looking at the pictures and critiquing my work.

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Is that a Big Bud pulling the FlexiCoil 5000 drill? Cool stuff, thanks for showing it off.
Yes it is, had to work some old iron in there somewhere.

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very cool... do you have debt at a tiny bank somewhere too? that's real farming.

No but it can cause real debt at a real bank because there is not 1/64 scale grain coming in! LOL!

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I'm betting you have a lady friend that stops by with a harvest outfit, and a year is only 1/64th's of a normal year too!!
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That is really neat. Incredible attention to detail!
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Wow, 4 4-wheel drives plus 2 quad tracks!!! Whispering Hills must be a good size operation. How many "acres"??

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I'm betting you have a lady friend that stops by with a harvest outfit, and a year is only 1/64th's of a normal year too!!
With three 9230's in the shop I don't need harvest support, I just need someone to cook and bring me beer...
If you want the geek response time isn't scalable. A 1/64 scale tractor travelling a 1/64 scale mile at 5mph would take the same amount of time a 1:1 tractor would to travel a real mile @ 5mph.

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Wow, 4 4-wheel drives plus 2 quad tracks!!! Whispering Hills must be a good size operation. How many "acres"??

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10,000acres and before you ask no I don't have it all modelled, nor do I plan to, that would be over 2,850 sheets of 4x8 plywood.

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10,000acres and before you ask no I don't have it all modelled, nor do I plan to, that would be over 2,850 sheets of 4x8 plywood.

Awww, come on!!!!!



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Impressive! its probably worth my than my real farming plant lol!! Nice job mate.

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