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Finger and Toe Models announces release of the 28mm PDF Lincoln, NM, Train Station.

Load freight, board the train for parts west.  Atchison, Santa Fe, Carrizozo, and points west.  Plan that perfect “train job.”  Do you want to be Butch Cassiday?  Do you want to be the marshal or Pinkertons hunting down them varmints?  It’s all at your fingertips.

Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with SMOOSH ASSURANCE: if ya’ll smoosh your Lincoln, NM, Train Station, a new set waits your summons from hard drive and printer.

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Anne T March 20, 2014 4:45 am UTC
Back to the matter at hand, Glenn, I'm really glad you do the sets you do. While I'm a confirmed fantasy gamer and only a couple of your sets are of immediate use to my well-stocked tabletop, it's great to see someone breaking from the crowded dungeon-crafting crowd, offering good looking models for contemporary, recent, and near future settings.
Your ancient architecture pieces, now, they will see play at my table in the next several months for sure...
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Anne T March 19, 2014 7:51 pm UTC
@Cynthia, while you are right about Butch Cassidy, fortunately I see no "i" in his spelling of Lincoln anywhere. In regards to your last point there is considerable and justifiable debate(*) over how to "properly" spell the verbal colloquialism "y'all/ya'll", since it is slang, has different origins and uses depending on region, and was never meant to be spelled out in the first place ;) Perhaps Mr. Williams will enlighten us as to whether he uses "ya'll" to be "you all" (plural pronoun) or "you will" (singular/plural pronoun plus verb), and what his acculturation was...

BTW, his email is glenn at fingerandtoe dot com, which can be found in the centre of his webpage, in red.

* Check out this one, where both spellings seem equally beloved. Language is lots of fun!
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Caroline C March 19, 2014 6:29 pm UTC
I tried to e-mail you directly, but there was no apparent way to contact you either here or on your website.

You spelled Lincoln as "lincoin" in the item title. It's Butch Cassidy, not Butch Cassiday. And it's spelled "y'all" (being short for "you all"), not "ya'll."
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