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Old 10-22-2012, 1:21 AM
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Great shack, little too neat. Oh & like the bottom pic on the wall.
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Old 10-22-2012, 10:45 AM
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OP, I removed a photo of a certain female firefighter from your post. We received a report and while it is quite nice we do try to maintain a "family" atmosphere and the removed pic just crossed that line of what's acceptable.

Thanks for understanding!

PS, awesome shack!
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Old 10-22-2012, 6:24 PM
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I was disappointed that I didn't see the Trolley, but otherwise Awesome Shack!
This is inside the King's castle, the tracks are outside! (Nice set up, Mr. R!)
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Old 10-23-2012, 9:23 AM
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Very nicely done, Mr. Rogers! That custom scanner tower you built is awesome and it's got me thinking. Thanks for sharing those pics with us and if I had visited a day earlier, I too might have gotten a look at that female fire fighter. The curse of the "day late & dollar short" bites me again!!

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Hello there, neighbor.
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What is the thing on the wall holding the event calendar?
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I am interested in the lighted frame/board for your Event List. Beautiful, well organzied shack
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What is the thing on the wall holding the event calendar?

Made out of a 1x2 piece of Lexan Clear Polycarbonate Sheet. I originally tried glass but I failed and cracked it with my couple of attempts. It has 6 metal spacers offsetting it from the wall to allow me to place paper or maps on the backside and allow the light to shine behind the board. I found a couple of led lights at Home Depot that do a good job. I also though I would have a hard time finding away keeping paper on the board but the static from the plastic works great.
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Awesome shack and nice photos, too!
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I will be copying your jotto desk idea. Great shack !
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Wow, inspiring setup... very nice. What do you use for mixing audio or selecting source audio from any or all of the feeds?
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