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Scared “sheepless” on the ET&WNC.


Tom Grabenstein
 



ET&WNC engine #12 is barreling out of Linville N.C. and heading towards Geraldo’s farm tucked in a holler in the Blue Ridge Mountains.



You would think Geraldo’s critters would be used to the steam locomotive calling for grade just outside his barn.



But no, the sheep are scared and bleating up a storm and the ole gray mare is prancing and pawing the ground and ready to take off at a gallop.



The only calm four legged mammal is Jessie, Geraldo’s milk cow. She is busy with a nice mouthful of cud and not to concerned about the contraption upsetting the peace of a summer’s day in 1921.





Thanks for looking.

Doc Tom


William Uffelman
 

Looking good Dr Tom.

Bill Uffelman


On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 10:08 PM, Tom Grabenstein
<tomgmd@...> wrote:


ET&WNC engine #12 is barreling out of Linville N.C. and heading towards Geraldo’s farm tucked in a holler in the Blue Ridge Mountains.



You would think Geraldo’s critters would be used to the steam locomotive calling for grade just outside his barn.



But no, the sheep are scared and bleating up a storm and the ole gray mare is prancing and pawing the ground and ready to take off at a gallop.



The only calm four legged mammal is Jessie, Geraldo’s milk cow. She is busy with a nice mouthful of cud and not to concerned about the contraption upsetting the peace of a summer’s day in 1921.





Thanks for looking.

Doc Tom


Tweetsie12
 

LOL!!! That's Funny!