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How cute! What character it has! We have a similar-looking old gas station in a town nearby (probably of the same era) but made of stone that has been turned into a coffee shop. Nice that it has been re-purposed!
14/Mar/10 12:17 AM
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Gas station? It looks like the typical, small, 40's brick house in the Midwest!
14/Mar/10 1:41 AM
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What a beautiful old building! I would love to travel Route 66 some day.
14/Mar/10 1:59 AM
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1. Note pair 89 at df6,triples 567 at g45/i6 and later 479 at acg2.Unique possibilities to 27.
2. Whether g6=3,b6=7 or g6=2,g5=1,e5=7;b5=9 and e5=6,(pair 89 at ah3).UP31.
3. Note g8=89. If h2=3,pair 89 at gh8;c8=4.Also h2=5,d2=6,d1=4,e3=3,f3=1=i8,e7=4=i9=b3 makes c8=4.UP81.
14/Mar/10 2:29 AM
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The same as Alfred's path:
1)Start at 22,basic techniques to UP=28
2)WYS: (7)b6=ac4-(7=6)h4-i6=(6)e6,=>e6<>7.UP=31
3)(4)b3=b789-(4=893)cgh8-(3=5)h2-(5=2)i3,=>b3& lt;>2.UP=81
14/Mar/10 2:56 AM
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Hi Alfred,
Step 2 is not so clear,we already have b5=9.
My suggestion:
if g6=3: b6=7,e6=6
g6=2: g5
14/Mar/10 3:42 AM
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You have to love it when the geeks fight!
(Just teasing, Boys!)
14/Mar/10 3:45 AM
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Sorry,wrongly I clicked "Submit Comment".
My suggestion:
If g6=3: b6=7, e6<>7
If g6=2: g5=1, e6=7, e6<>7, =>e6=6
Regards,Sotir
14/Mar/10 3:49 AM
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Typo: If g6=2,=>e5=7 (not e6)
14/Mar/10 3:52 AM
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12:56
14/Mar/10 7:19 AM
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Hi, Alfred. I'm not understanding either. According to my grid g6 can be only 23, so how does b6=7 come into play? And if I try to lay it out, I don't get what you describe.

Is this a test to see if we are paying attention, or have you slipped into chess notation again? :-}

Regards,
Brenda

14/Mar/10 7:35 AM
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Hi Sotir and Brenda.I had pairs 89 at df6 and 25 at c56.
Also b6=37,e6=67,g6=23;
b5=79,e5=17,g5=12.
Now for g6=3,b6=7;and for g6=2,g5=1 makes e5=7,and either way,b5=9 and e6=6.
I see now that b5 was already 9(using basic techniques) but the logic for e6=6 is still OK.
Regards, Alfred.
14/Mar/10 8:43 AM
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11:23, hi all.
14/Mar/10 9:04 AM
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16:39
14/Mar/10 12:03 PM
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Similar gas station in Brookville, Ks
14/Mar/10 1:24 PM
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That was a Phillips 66 station. They used standardized archetecture as a trademark in the same manner as Santa Fe RR depots. One of those stations is still standing in Wichita but being used for something else if not vacant.
14/Mar/10 2:17 PM
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Lovely little building. In Australia we would think that was an old church minus its steeple, as we don't have such high pitched roofs normally. It certainly has a lot more character than the awful trashy places we buy petrol from nowadays.
14/Mar/10 5:56 PM
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Gorgeous ... looks like the houses in my Lego sets in the 1970s!
14/Mar/10 11:15 PM
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23:09
17/Mar/10 8:47 AM
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SE=7.3
10/Sep/10 9:02 PM
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