Huskies honour players at year end awards night

first_imgLike every year end banquet the pups hold, goodbyes are always a sad part of the process, and this year was no different, with names such as Robbie Sidhu, Cody Hildebrand, Jamie Watson and Ty Gullickson unable to return next year. According to tradition, awards were given to these players as tokens of the team’s appreciation. Defenceman Braylan Eklund’s disciplined play was recognized Friday, as he took home the Most Gentlemanly Player Award.Finally Most Valuable Player Awards were handed out, with the Regular Season MVP winner being defenceman Taylor Greatrex, who scored 13 points from the back end during the regular season, and was a defensive rock for the Huskies all year long.Post Season MVP went to the man in between the pipes, as goaltender Travis McLean was honoured for his hard work, dedication and results in the post season, as the Huskies goaltender played tremendously throughout the Huskies semi-final playoff run.Following the distribution of awards, Huskies head coach Gary Alexander said he was pleased with the progress made by the Junior B club this year, and expects the hockey team to make “a big leap next year.”Advertisement Following some food, and a thank you to the various executive members and volunteers, player awards were distributed.The first award handed out was the Rookie of the Year award, which was given to Cayle Bell, honouring a tremendous rookie season for the winger. In just his first year in the NWJHL, Bell finished the season wracking up 38 points (21 G, 17 A), and adding ten more in the post season.His 21 goals ranked second on the team scoring chart, finishing only behind Robbie Sidhu.  Bell also received the Most Exciting Player Award to go along with his top rookie status.- Advertisement -Speaking of Robbie Sidhu, the Huskies leading regular season point producer (64 points) earned himself the Most Popular/Top Scorer award in his final year with the Huskies.Rather than just one, two Best Defenceman awards were distributed Friday, as Daylen Pearson and Wyatt Anderson split the honour, each being recognized for their top-notch work on the blue line.The Dedication and Leadership Award was handed out to Cole Calliou, a player who had a season marred by injury, but showed his commitment and dedication to the Huskies by accompanying them on various road trips, and showing a great feat of strength by battling through a tough and frustrating season for the speedy forward.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Hero CPL: Ingram joins TKR

first_imgSouth Africa’s Colin Ingram has been called up as a late addition to the 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL).Ingram will replace Chris Lynn of the Trinbago Knight Riders, who returns to Australia. Ingram has played 31 ODIs and 9 T20Is for the Proteas, and has also played in the T20 Blast, Big Bash, and Pakistan Super League.The former Proteas batsman will join the Knight Riders ahead of their match against Guyana Amazon Warriors on September 9 at Providence Stadium, Guyana.“Colin Ingram is a proven performer, and an outstanding T20 player who will add fire power to the top order, and (is) a useful bowling option as well. We are delighted to have him join Team TKR for the conclusion of CPL 2018,” Venky Mysore, Director of Trinbago Knight Riders, told the CPL official website.Tabraiz Shamsi is the other Proteas drafted recently to the CPL, replacing Australia’s Tom Cooper for the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots. Shamsi has played for the Patriots for the previous three CPL seasons, finishing the 2017 tournament with 11 wickets at an average of 20.27.The Proteas spinner has played two Tests, 10 ODIs, and six T20Is for his country.The top four teams from the group stages will proceed to the knockout phase of the tournament, with the final taking place on September 16 at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy.last_img read more

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Bicycle crash sends Dawson Creek youth to hospital

first_imgDAWSON CREEK, B.C. – A youth from Dawson Creek was treated in hospital after being struck by a car while riding his bike yesterday.On Monday at around 5:10 p.m., officers from the Dawson Creek RCMP responded to a crash that occurred at the intersection of 15th Street and 108th Avenue. The collision involved a car and a bicycle, and sent a male youth to the Dawson Creek Hospital with what are believed to be minor injuries. The driver of the car was uninjured.The RCMP are continuing their investigation, but do not believe that speed or alcohol were factors in the crash.- Advertisement –last_img

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Mancini unveils backroom staff as new-look Italy meet for first time

first_img0Shares0000Italy’s national football team newly appointed head coach, Roberto Mancini (R) and Italy’s team manager Gabriele Oriali pose at the national team’s training centre at Coverciano near Florence. © AFP / Carlo BRESSANMILAN, Italy, May 23 – New Italy coach Roberto Mancini has unveiled his backroom staff as his 28-man squad meet for the first time on Wednesday evening for a training camp at Coverciano, outside Florence ahead of three upcoming friendlies.Mancini — who left Zenit Saint Petersburg to take charge of Italy — was appointed last week six months after the four-time World Cup winners’ shock failure to qualify for the finals in Russia. The 53-year-old’s staff is made up of people he worked with during his coaching career at clubs including Manchester City, Inter Milan and Zenit Saint Petersburg.Former Inter Milan and Fiorentina midfielder Gabriele Oriali, 65, remains on in his position as team manager.Mancini’s assistant coaches will be Alberico Evani, Angelo Adamo Gregucci, Giulio Nuciari, and Fausto Salsano.Massimo Battara — who worked alongside Mancini at Manchester City and Zenit Saint Petersburg — will remain with him as goalkeeping coach.Giovanni Brignardello and Claudio Donatello will be the fitness coaches, with medical staff made up of Carmine Costabile and Angelo De Carli; physiotherapists Alfonso Casano, Maurizio Fagorzi, Emanuele Randelli, and Fabrizio Scalzi. The osteopath will be Walter Martinelli.Matteo Pincella will be in charge of nutrition, and Antonio Gagliardi the match analyst.Mancini has been appointed on a two-year contract until Euro 2020 with the option to extend to June 2022 before the World Cup in Qatar.His first game in charge will be a friendly against Saudi Arabia in St. Gallen, Switzerland on May 28.Italy will also play a friendly on Friday, June 1 in Nice against France, and the Netherlands, who also failed to qualify for the World Cup, on Monday, June 4 in Turin.0Shares0000(Visited 13 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Liverpool land ‘honoured’ Van Dijk in world record deal for defender

first_img0Shares0000Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk is a target for Chelsea and LiverpoolLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 27 – Liverpool signed Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk on Wednesday for a reported Sh 10.3bn (£75mn) in a deal that makes him the world’s most expensive defender.Van Dijk has been linked with a move to Liverpool for several months and the Anfield club were forced to issue an apology after an alleged illegal approach for the Netherlands international earlier this year. Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has remained determined to sign Van Dijk as he tries to shore up a leaky defence that has fatally damaged Liverpool’s Premier League title ambitions.“Delighted and honoured to have agreed to become a Liverpool FC player,” Van Dijk wrote on Twitter, alongside a photo of him with a Liverpool shirt.“Today is a proud day for me and my family as I join one of the biggest clubs in world football.“I can’t wait to pull on the famous red shirt for the first time in front of the Kop and will give everything I have to try and help this great club achieve something special in the years to come.”Although Chelsea and Manchester City were said to be interested in Van Dijk, Klopp has finally got his man on weekly wages of £180,000.“Liverpool Football Club can confirm they have reached an agreement with Southampton for the transfer of Virgil van Dijk,” a statement on the club’s website said.“The Reds have agreed a deal with the south coast club, and the player himself, that will see the 26-year-old defender move to Anfield when the transfer window re-opens on January 1, 2018.”The previous world record transfer for a defender was the £54 million Manchester City paid Tottenham for England right-back Kyle Walker in the close season.Saints confirmed that Liverpool’s offer had shattered the record, but didn’t reveal the exact fee.“Southampton have agreed a fee that will set a new world-record for a defender. The club wishes Virgil well in his future when the deal is completed on January 1st 2018,” a statement read.A fee of £75 million would also be level with Romelu Lukaku as the second most expensive transfer in Premier League history, behind only Manchester United’s £90 million purchase of Paul Pogba.Van Dijk, who moved to Southampton from Celtic in 2015, was left out at the start of the season by new Saints manager Mauricio Pellegrino after having a transfer request rejected.The 26-year-old returned to the team but with speculation mounting about a January move, he was dropped for Southampton’s recent matches against Chelsea, Huddersfield and Tottenham.Van Dijk was keen to part ways on good terms, praising Southampton for letting him shine in the Premier League for the first time.“I will always be indebted to the club for giving me the opportunity to play in the Premier League,” he wrote.“Despite a difficult last few months, I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Saints and have made friends for life at the club. Thank you for everything.”Van Dijk’s arrival at Anfield gives Klopp the defensive presence he hopes can transform a Liverpool back four that has conceded 23 goals in 20 league games — more than any of their top-six rivals except Arsenal.Liverpool had offered around £60 million for the defender in the close-season and former Manchester United star Gary Neville questioned whether he will prove worth the extra investment.“It is a lot of money and I’m not even sure he has been playing that well,” Neville told Sky Sports.“What can I say is Liverpool need defenders. They have to pay to get him and that’s the way the market is.”Van Dijk could make his debut in the FA Cup third-round tie against Everton on January 5 after becoming the latest player to move from Southampton to Liverpool.Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren, Nathaniel Clyne and Sadio Mane have all made the same switch in recent years.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Landers rocks South

first_imgWinston said some of Landers’ former South teammates toilet-papered Landers’ house after he transferred and that he was hearing a lot of smack talk from his ex-teammates. “We had to do this for Ted,” Winston said. “I ran as hard as I could and made as many big plays as I could because I know he needed this. He’s a good guy who works hard every day. We really wanted this for him.” Winston and Woods, who call themselves the deuce-trey combination because they wear uniform Nos. 2 and 3, helped Serra improve to 4-1 heading into Del Rey League play. Winston rushed for 188 yards and three touchdowns on 17 carries. Woods had a 19-yard touchdown reception, a 10-yard scoring run and added an interception on defense. “Explosive – that was the key word for us this week,” Woods said. “And doing it for Ted was a big thing for us. We made shirts this week that said, `Ted Landers rocks.”‘ Landers started South’s game last season against Hawthorne and also played against Bishop Montgomery before being pulled in favor of current quarterback Will Brown. Then Landers found a new home at Serra. “South just was not where I wanted to be,” Landers said. “I knew about Serra, and I knew I would fit in better over here.” South established its dominance on the first series as Winston had a 39-yard run, Malcolm Murray caught a 42-yard pass from Landers and Woods hauled in a nice pass from Landers in the corner of the end zone for a 7-0 lead. “I always love the deep ball,” Woods said. “Once he threw it up, I knew I had to go up and get it. That’s what my coaches always tell me. “And that play was big. Because once we start, it’s hard to stop us.” Serra took off from there with Winston scoring on runs of 10 and 25 yards for a 21-0 lead midway through the second quarter. South’s John White scored on 1-yard touchdown run with 27 seconds left in the first half, but Serra piled on in the second half with a 35-yard scoring run by Winston, a 10-yard run by Woods and a 1-yard run by Chris Iwuoma. Kicker Francisco Olloqui made six of seven extra points. “To me, this game wasn’t so much about Ted as it was about us playing a good team,” Altenberg said. “We think the world of South’s program and of (South coach) Josh (Waybright), and it was just not the right fit for Ted. “In the end, I’m just glad we came out and executed. Both our offense and our defense had firepower. We had some penalties tonight, but we’re a little banged up too, and that means we’re going to get better.” It was an ugly game in that Serra had 10 penalties for 100 yards and South had nine penalties for 90 yards. South did not get much going offensively, mustering just 167 yards of total offense in losing its second straight after starting the season 3-0. A week after being held in check by West Torrance, White managed just 36 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries. Brown was 6-for-14 for 53 yards, no touchdowns and one interception and lost two fumbles. “It was hard watching Ted go against us, but it was their whole team that beat us,” Brown said. “We struggled tonight. Serra’s whole defense was fast and physical up front. “They might be better than West. West played us tough last week, but Serra was good.” tony.ciniglio@dailybreeze.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NONLEAGUE: With a lot of help from his friends, the transfer quarterback sparks Serra. By Tony Ciniglio STAFF WRITER Serra quarterback Ted Landers tried to play it off like it wasn’t a big deal, like it was any other game. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas CityHis teammates knew better. Landers, who transferred from South Torrance before the season, had the last laugh, directing a sharply executed 41-7 rout of his former teammates in a nonleague game on Friday night at Serra. Landers hit receiver Robert Woods for a 19-yard touchdown pass on the first possession, setting the tone for what Coach Scott Altenberg called Serra’s most well-rounded game this season. “It was cool, I guess,” said Landers, who was 10-for-15 for 151 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions. “We went out and played our hardest, but to me, it was just another football game.” That’s his story and Landers is sticking with it, but running back Carl Winston and Woods said the Cavaliers wanted to get this game for Landers. last_img
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DONEGAL WOMAN NAMED RADIO PRESENTER OF THE YEAR

first_imgDonegal-based RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta presenter Michelle Nic Grianna has been named Radio Presenter of the Year at the Celtic Media Festival in Inverness, Scotland.Michelle Nic GriannaMichelle Nic Grianna was born in Glasgow, but has been living in Rann na Feirste for most of her life.She is part of the newsroom team in RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta’s Doirí Beaga studio, but during the summer presents magazine programme Barrscéalta. An enthusiastic and engaging presenter, she displays a remarkable ability to move with ease from hard-hitting interviews to light-hearted topics, demonstrating empathy where necessary, showcasing a comedic rapport with her guests in some cases, and always brimming with energy.All these qualities contribute to her steadfast popularity with the listeners to Raidió na Gaeltachta.This is the fifth year in a row that RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta has won this award.Edel Ní Chuireáin, Station Head, said “Congratulations to Michelle on this international award, recognition of the superb broadcasting abilities that have made her a both a well-loved and much-respected broadcaster.” Michelle was presented with a bronze torque at the Celtic Media Festival in Inverness, Scotland on Friday 24 April. DONEGAL WOMAN NAMED RADIO PRESENTER OF THE YEAR was last modified: April 25th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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BACK TO BACK! CATHAL MACSUIBHNE’S GAA BLOG

first_imgHistory was achieved in the most emphatic fashion imaginable in Clones yesterday – Donegal obliterated Down in the closing stages to put the gloss on back to back Ulster titles.The game followed a pattern which we’ve become accustomed to now with this side – let the opposition run themselves into the ground, let them tire themselves out and when the time is right go in for the kill.Down found some joy running at us in the first half and opened us up for a couple of half goal chances. The Mourne men are a classy outfit with ball in hand and showed their skill and verve with some dashing raids down the barrel of the gun. The thing with playing against ultra-fit Donegal though is that it is nigh on impossible to keep that kind of play going. We appear to be quite comfortable in letting teams have a go in the first half and then turn the screw in the second with our superior fitness and power. The Tyrone game worked out like that, as did the games in the league against Mayo and Armagh. Donegal appear to be able to up the ante and move through the gears whenever they feel like it. With Down on a good run coming up to half time the lads collectively just seemed to decide that we needed some scores and in six devastating minutes we registered 1-3. Declan Walsh’s two points were crucial as a decent lead for the underdogs would have given them plenty of confidence for the second half. Instead the Malin man burst forward for two coolly taken points.Allied to running directly at Donegal, many believe that the way to beat the system is to kick long range scores – this is a common myth amongst teams and press alike but no one has actually done it yet. Tyrone in last year’s semi-final had chances but kicked a lot of wides in the first half, just as they did this year. Derry had chances in the first half of last year’s Ulster decider, as had Down yesterday, but again kicked some wayward wides – all a coincidence? No.Kicking from distance is a good ploy and the scores registered can be a huge boost to the crowd and to a team’s confidence but such is the difficulty in the technique it will not win a game and certainly not against this Donegal team. The pressure that forwards are put under is so intense that when a player finally finds himself in a couple of yards of space he will invariably rush his shot and hence his technique lets him down. The only big game this team has lost was last year’s All Ireland semi and that was primarily due to Dublin running hard at the defence as the Tir Chonaill legs started to feel the strain. Long ball is another option against us but again few teams have tried this, although Tyrone did create a few chances when long ball went into Stephen O’Neill in the semi final a few weeks back.Ryan Bradley had another stormer yesterday, epitomised by his wonderful point just before his withdrawal, due to concussion, in the second half. Rising highest to claim a Down kick-out, he took the ball on himself and hoisted a huge score to the delight of the crowd. Bradley, along with Paul Durcan, Colm McFadden and goalscorer Frank McGlynn, are in All Star form at the minute and regardless of what happens for the rest of the summer, Donegal will no doubt be represented again when the team of the year is announced in November.With Neil Gallagher missing yesterday we could have expected to see Michael Murphy stationed at midfield but he spent most of his afternoon at full forward. The psychological hold that Jim McGuinness has over his opponents is such a huge weapon right now. Down had Dan Gordon looking after Michael with Brendan McArdle close by to double-team him. Yet doing that just leaves more space for the other forwards, perfectly demonstrated by Leo McLoone’s goal when he was completely unmarked. Teams come up with plans to hold Donegal but Jim will have something else to counteract that and give them something further to worry about.Teams are spending so much time in trying to figure out how to beat us, their own successful traits aren’t being seen. Darren O’Hagan, Aidan Carr and Conor Laverty for example have all been in great form in 2012 (particularly the latter in the league encounter in Newry in February) yet there is such an emphasis on stopping Donegal that their talents weren’t seen to the full yesterday.Oisin McConville, in his role as BBC pundit after the Tyrone game, waxed lyrical about Paddy McBrearty’s effect on the game and in particular his ability to always take the right option – the Kilcar youngster illustrated this again yesterday. Whether in near goal or out the field, every time the ball came his way he seemed to have that extra half second and used it to decide the best option whether it be shooting, kick passing or hand passing. Even in the space of a year his game has come on so much and training and playing alongside the Murphy maestro has brought his game to a new level.One of the most satisfying aspects of last year’s win over Derry was the fact that we were able to truly savour the occasion such was our lead going into the final few minutes. The same happened again yesterday with the final ten minutes turning into a procession and yet at no stage did the players take their foot off the pedal; they kept tracking back, working hard to win possession and took their scores with real aplomb. One slight worry going into the All Ireland series is our tendency to depend on our second half displays to finish a team off – what if it doesn’t happen for us some day? This can all be tracked back to last year’s joust with Dublin where we wilted in the Sky Blue onslaught, scoring just two points after the break. McGuinness has obviously put a major emphasis and focus on ensuring that that doesn’t happen again. In 2011 we tried to hold onto leads whereas this year we’re simply staying in the game early on before pulverising teams. We scored an incredible 1-13 in the second half yesterday; 2-16 in the last 40 minutes compared to 0-2 in the opening 30 minutes.Of course this gameplan will be more severely tested when Donegal meet one of the big hitters in Croke Park but we’re certainly primed for an assault on Sam and next Monday we’ll find out who’s next to feel the full force of The Messiah’s men.BACK TO BACK! CATHAL MACSUIBHNE’S GAA BLOG was last modified: July 23rd, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Cathal MacSuibhneGAA bloglast_img read more

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WOW! STUNNING PICTURE AT LOUGH SALT AT SUNSET

first_imgIT’S been making headlines around the world this week – but no-one has seen it quite like this.Lough Salt has, of course, been the centre of attention since it was revealed that local divers led by Gus O’Driscoll have been diving into it in search of golf balls which may be worth €20,000 each!The golf balls were hit into the lake way back in 1891 by Old Tom Morris, a legendary golfer. But here is Peter McGettigan’s incredible snap taken from the Lough Salt road last evening with Muckish in the background and Glen Lough in the distance.A view that money can’t buy….Have you got a picture? Send it to info@donegaldaily.com.Donegal Daily – Ireland’s BIGGEST local news website – and Donegal’s No1 news source.   WOW! STUNNING PICTURE AT LOUGH SALT AT SUNSET was last modified: December 1st, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:WOW! STUNNING PICTURE OF LOUGH SALT AT SUNSETlast_img read more

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All aboard for model-railroad fans’ open house event

first_imgCASTAIC – A tiny Al Swearengen leans over the balcony of the Gem Saloon, except this bar isn’t anywhere near Melody Ranch, home of his HBO series “Deadwood.” This tyrant lords over a miniature homage to the series by train fan Debbie Goetz, who, with her husband, Dan, has built the Western town into their 140-foot backyard garden railroad. The saloon isn’t far from Goetz Yer Guns and a rustic but shiny Harley-Davidson dealership. “You get to take a certain amount of artistic license,” Dan Goetz said with a laugh as he showed off his layout. “This allows you to combine your interests.” The Goetzes are among four garden railroaders opening their backyards to visitors from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday for the Santa Clarita Valley Garden Railroad Club open house. A similar event held last year drew more than 300 people to layouts across the valley. Other “scale nuts” (as they affectionately call themselves) welcoming visitors are John and Marie Nozzi, Alan and Donna Wright, and Curt and Cheryle Ehrlich. The club has 30 families, about half of them running trains, and others in the process of building their layouts. Meetings rotate to different homes, where members share their skills in areas such as laying track, electrical wiring, ballast, landscaping and weathering. “We go over and help each other,” Goetz said. “There are a lot of books on the subject, but there’s nothing like learning from someone who has done it before.” Dan said once he and Debbie decided to do a garden train, they had engines running on tracks surrounded by nothing but dirt for the first few months. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 center_img “It’s important to get your trains running early and not get discouraged,” he said. “The quality of the layout definitely improves with age.” The Goetzes spend about three hours a week clearing leaves and sticks from the 600 feet of track that lines their hillside yard and Debbie keeps a watchful eye on the creeping greenery, wielding needle-nose pincers on ground cover and the more than 100 bonsai, boxwoods and junipers that create the perfect wilderness. With eight engines and 60 passenger and freight cars, Dan usually runs five trains at a time, the sound of their whistles drifting over the canyon breezes. “My neighbor, Terry, says he hears trains echoing in the canyon,” Dan said. “I tell him it’s just the ghost railroad.” In September 2001, the couple wanted to do something with their backyard and saw an ad from the local railroad group in a magazine. After a visit from the club’s president, Alan Wright, and some other hobbyists, the Goetzes were hooked. Now, literally, the rest is history, with their “Deadwood and Dry Gulch Railroad” teeming with 250 people as well as scattered buffalo, bear, moose and a pack of miners that resemble seven well-known dwarves. Garden railroading doesn’t have to be an expensive hobby, but one look at the layouts shows extensive networks of irrigation drip systems, landscaping, scenery configurations and electronics that make the engines come alive, blow their whistles and change tracks as they chug along. “Depending on how much detail you want to get into, you can control how much you spend,” Dan said. “If you build scratch buildings, it will cost less than building from kits.” In the winter, the engines, people and wooden buildings come inside for a little refurbishing as Debbie turns their dining-room table into a restoration workshop. The layout evolves continuously; originally the Goetzes set the era of the layout at 1880 to 1900, until Debbie got interested in vintage enamel trucks. Now a Coca-Cola truck can be spotted not far from a Texaco vehicle; a milk truck ambles toward a house and the pumpkin patch has the ever-present pickup truck ready to be loaded. “We’ve expanded to 1930 now,” he said. “But we’ll never be finished.” Carol Rock, (661) 257-5252 carol.rock@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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