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Hi, I am happy to discovered this forum. I was on flight sim hobby,  but my desire now is to be less at the front of my screen computer (i worked with that at my office). So a more manual hobby which allow cognitive ability should make me more than happy... and my grand-children should be curious to observer the development of the model.

 

Please be tolerant concerning my poor  english.

 

Cordialy,

 

Michel from Quebec, Canada 

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Hello, Michel, and a warm welcome to the forum from 'Down Under'.

 

Don't worry about your English - it's fine.

 

John

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Gidday Michel and another warm welcome from the Land Downunder.

You have found a fantastic site with a lot of knowledgeable and experienced people.

A great idea to have your grandchildren involved.

I wish you all the best in your endeavours.

Mark.

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Welcome and Happy modelling from snowy in darwin .any idea on your first build.

Cheers

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Thanks you all of you,

 

I am located exactly in the city of Trois-Rivieres, aside the St-Lawrence River. I went at Halifax with my children before, and visited the scale ship museum there ( I do not remember his name). I was really impressed and never forget what I saw. 

 

My first built is a gift from my wife : Artesania Latina San Juan. The classic old version, not the new Nepomucen one. She bought in our local store. But surfing around in the web, I found other futures projects I hope to be able to try.

 

Have a good day.

 

Michel

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I just recently joined this forum and am finding nice members and a wealth of information here. Your English is certainly better than my French.

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