#1302 – Tracks

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I was never very interested in trains when I was a kid. We lived near tain tracks and so the constant noise made them invisible. My son loves them. There are multiple different TV show about trains that he watches. He has boxes filled with engines and tracks. It’s interesting playing with him and toys that are brand new to both of us in the same way.

Today’s Maximumble is twice shy.

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9 thoughts on “#1302 – Tracks”

  1. yep magical creatures week

    1. Icalasari says:

      More like monsters week

  2. Fadingspy says:

    Kid Zombie: Trains… TRAINS!
    Mother Zombie: Not until you finish you BRAINS!

  3. Kyle says:

    Trains are awesome, and always have been for me. I now volunteer at a local all-volunteer passenger railroad in maintenance. There are quite a few of ’em around (even a lot of steam) if you want to take him for a ride on a big train sometime.

  4. zeldadude says:

    @mysterman203 I’ll go a step further and say it’s interests of mythical beings week.

  5. pbarnrob says:

    @Kyle: Well, tell us _where_?!

    I had cheezy little 027-gauge Marx trains as a kid, and the neighbor at one duty station (whose Dad was a Rock Island engineer) had a basement full of O-gauge Lionel (seriously, his Mom had a little corner for her washer). My flanges always derailed somewhere under the mountains *sigh*…

    Took my #3 daughter to the LA Live Steamers (Sundays at Griffith Park North) for rides, frumpy lawn-mower engines in diesel models, and one gorgeous real steamer, all in a gauge that is just rideable. The steamer gets down and grunts and clatters on the upgrades, like it should!

  6. pbarnrob says:

    Oh! And the Christmas-tree tinsel would do *interesting* things across the tracks!

  7. Jenny Creed says:

    What does a vegetarian zombie say?
    What does an anesthesiologist zombie say?
    What does a stock broker zombie say?

  8. Josh says:

    Am I the only one thinking “Mummy? are you my mummy! I want My mummy! Are you my mummy?”

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