Another day when the timetable goes awry.

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Another day when the timetable goes awry.

Postby glencairn » Mon Feb 12, 2018 11:55 am

Grandson number 3 'in charge' of Earlsheaton Junction / Fiddle Yard
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Grandson number 1 is more interested in road transport.
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Re: Another day when the timetable goes awry.

Postby Mountain » Thu Feb 15, 2018 6:01 pm

Aww. My issue is my brother has 9 little ones and half of them need supervising. I did have them cutting wood with a junior hacksaw to make a wagon. (They became awe inspired when they found out that the waggons were easy to make). Problem is some of the kiddies are too young so if one middle aged kid makes something it risks being destroyed if a younger one gets in a mood. Also there isn't much room where they are.

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Re: Another day when the timetable goes awry.

Postby glencairn » Thu Feb 15, 2018 11:04 pm

I guess I must be lucky. My three Grandsons’ (the eldest is five years of age,) are often in my train room and can be left alone there for a short time.

My two Granddaughters’ play with the ‘Pooh Bear train set on the lounge floor. (See MY train set thread in this section). When they are older I wonder how the six of us will ‘fit in the room’. Don’ t say. “Breathe in”. :D

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