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Ed Lecuyer

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posting images...
« on: September 15, 2010, 04:07:16 PM »
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Stephen Hussar wrote:
I think this could be a wonderful thing. I'm sure there are many pictures out there that never found their way onto the website, couldn't fit into the newsletter or might be uninteresting to viewers of Nerail.

Remember when Alna Center looked like this?

wwfmuseum replied:
I remember when we had to fight through thickets of trees to get to Alna Center.  That's when a trip to Humason Brook was an adventure sure to burn away an hour of your day, and a trip to Alna Center would take the better part of an afternoon.

Ahh the good ol' days...

James P.

Steve Zuppa replied:
I think these photos are great reminders of where we've been. Since we're there all the time, it's easy to forget . Our focus is always on the next goal, the next project.We need to get Badger Bob to drag out some of his old pics. I know SH has got plenty.

ETSRRCo replied:

Not a photo but it is a drawing I did from a photo I took there last summer.

Eric B. (from New Jersey)

Dave Buczkowski replied:
Clearly you've got talent! Have you done other drawings. "Would you like to see my etchings?" takes on a whole new meaning!

petecosmob replied:
That's excellent work! A lot like my stuff, only a little better, I think. We'll have to compare sketch books sometime.

ETSRRCo replied:
Thanks all.

fjknight replied:
Here is my collection of digital WW&F photos. Mostly from 2005 and 2006 fall work weekends. I'm planning to model Sheepscot in Sn2 so there are a lot of building shots.

Frank Knight

Stephen Hussar replied:
GREAT pictures, Frank -- thanks for the link. These images really capture the flavor of the place. Great shots of Steve Smith in there too!
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