Yeah, I really need to get my butt in gear and see those last two words, THE END, on my novel.
Love it, James!I think you brought the snow with you, but the salty seas can't quite make the trip as easily!Nothing like a verbal voyage to bond writer to typewriter. It's great that you've hit your stride with the SG1. I can relate, after two weeks in the Green Mountains with the Traveller.Maybe we can meet at Cambridge Typewriter, if you're up this way.
I hear the texas snow is causing pandemonium. It's kind of similar here in the Seattle area, except that you'd think since there is snow every year that we'd get over it. You'd be wrong. I am shipping your Lettera Monday, FYI. Finally!
always great to hear someone really connect with a machine. The type working relationship is very important.
Deek-I hear you man need to get the 1st draft completely finished with.Spec-I won't have a car but if I am in Boston I will be sure to let you know! Lol, it's a small world so who knows, maybe I will see you soonStrikethru-Again, Thank You so much! Be sure to let me know what I need to reimburse for shippingRino-True, True. A man (or woman) and his (or her) machine working together are unmatched by anything else. Like a musician and their instrument. There is a physical bond for sure!