The 10,000-Foot View

Back to the ol' Hills Line Mailbag... "Just a quick note to say I’ve noticed that you’ve moved your photo skills into the realm of outrageously great! Totally enjoy them. Keep up the good work." Comments like this are greatly appreciated. And while I plan to continue to produce and provide what I consider publication-ready … Continue reading The 10,000-Foot View

A Little Privacy

Some of my favorite projects are the ones that I can knock out in a few moments, even if they don't add much to the overall look of the layout. That's the advantage of modeling a smaller railroad like The Hills Line. You can detail to your heart's content. Case in point, I needed a … Continue reading A Little Privacy

Statute of Limitations

Truth be told, I've been living a double life when it comes to The Hills Line. For more than a year, I was developing separate areas on the layout concurrently for two separate publications. The first was for my personal methods of distribution, which include this website along with my numerous social media outlets. The … Continue reading Statute of Limitations

Transitions

There are several phrases used in this hobby that have long been attributed to the leaders of this hobby. Allen McClelland coined Good Enough, Tony Koester defined Layout Design Elements, and David Barrow brought Dominos to our lexicon. I'm no leader, but I'm claiming Endless Horizons, at least in the realm of model railroading. The … Continue reading Transitions