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DianneB wrote: ↑
Sun Nov 11, 2018 5:52 am
Looks like small flies. They may have been attracted by the water or the shade on a hot summer day I guess.
If there was any water in the tender, they are probably mosquitos or mosquito larvae.
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They little guys mud up everything. Look under my porch, on my porch, everywhere! I keep my green machine (ps4) in the dining room to protect it from the "damn mud daubers". It is safe under the dining room table! No kidding.
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If you use Tom Bee's brakes on your rolling stock, cover the Schrader valve connections when in storage between runs. Prime targets to get filled with mud daubber muck!