...."simple" layouts for wooden Thomas the Tank Engine tracks baffle you to the point of tears.
Do ya think I can create a simple figure 8 so the Booger can send his trains in endless circles?
Do ya think I can figure out how to incorporate the windmill, stop house and two bridges for "interesting" terrain without multiple dead ends?
NO! NO! and NOOOOO!
Kyle likes to "trash!" his trains (toddler-speak for crash). If the layout is not condusuve to collision, he gets bored. I say let him create his own layouts. Which he's doing right now (finally).
John can whip up a layout in 5 minutes or less. Me? Not at all. Not if I had 5 years. Am I the only one intellectually challenged by this popular introductory train set?
It's humbling to be unable to achieve something my two year old son can conquer with ease. And THEY say adults are smarter than toddlers...
(listen to the crickets... ciccadas.... dung beetles...)
More proof that I'm entirely lacking a left side to my brain.
Don't get me started on spreadsheets and Xcell (HATE that software).
I do words, not track layouts. ;)
Notice what Booger's Jacket says... sigh!