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Robin Lous

in the Build Logs for SHIP MODEL KITS forum section....

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Isn't it amazing to see how your build topic sinks to the bottom of the page (or beyond...the next page)...in no time?

 

I joined this forum...cheerfully started my build and I was truly amazed to see how quick my topic goes completely out of sight.

 

This might sound as a rant but it isn't! It's fantastic to see how many people actively build...with great enthusiasm.

 

I never expected this much shipyard activity, but I love it!

 

and...it's a small effort to find my own silly build topic again  :)

 

Really nice forum this...just saying.

 

Robin

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Hi Robin

 

Thanks - you wouldn't be alone in thinking just that very thought, because I have also marvelled at just how good MSW is.

 

We are all definitely very lucky to be part of this site.  It's surely one of the best around.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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