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Saturday, March 7, 2015

Posting my activities

I *have* been busy, but if I'm honest, not so busy that I couldn't have knocked out a typecast.  For that matter, I ought to dig through my portables to see if I have any started and not scanned.

As usual, the activities jump back and forth between clubs, exercise, and entertainment.  They meet and merge in this still life:

this was submitted to Tacoma Art Museum's #StillLifeYourLife contest.  I need to do another with NaNoWriMo and my game dice included.

Another activity that has occurred, but not really interfered with blogging, is the annual Monkeyshines art hunt (see the glass ball in the typebasket above).  As usual, I carved a stamp for the current Chinese New Year.
I've posted past stamps before, like in this post from last year.

I've been to a couple of Handel Operas and numerous meetings, I take a walk every day and I do keep up on my facebook friends (I've picked up dozens of new ones internationally as the Hams find each other).  But I did drop out of the facebook Antique Typewriter Collectors' group, when they got too HOA on another member. If there's interest, I'll do a post on it.

Tomorrow we will probably do our taxes, and go for a bike ride.  Maybe I'll run off a typecast on the road.

Right now I need to get ready to host Game Night.


  1. Could you also see about instruction manuals?

  2. Tell us about the slide rule - related hobby. It all looks fun, if only we had more time!

  3. Taxes. I got a start on mine last week end.

    I've got the same model H.T.

    1. Have you gotten the APRS to work? I feel I'm missing one setting somewhere.

  4. HOA? that's a new one on me. do a post, I missed all the Facebook drama. Soap opera time :D

  5. That fb group can be a boisterous playground but I really like the way it sort of self-moderates. Decent folk seem to be disproportionately represented among typewriter people. On balance though, I think it is a force for good. Nice ram!


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