Re: There are thirty-seven of us now
Welcome aboard everyone!
RE: the paper model
The link that Frank has posted in his message appears to be the better of the two that I am aware of. The kit that I have is from the German co. Schreiber-Bogen http://www.schreiber-bogen.de/ . I bought it last year B4 finding Frank's link "papermodeler".
I believe that either paper kit will work for our purposes.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Frank McNeill <frankmcneilll@...> wrote:
> thecrystalze and aeromodeller joined us today.
> thecrystalze is a member of the ironclads group who
> thinks pop-pop boats sound like fun and aeromodeller
> is a long time modeler interested in anything that
> moves and can be built. He has built complex
> steamboats but likes to work on smaller projects and
> fly free flight and R/C planes, both inside and out,
> If aeromodeller done this, he should get acquainted
> with Graham McAllister moderator of the
> AllScaleModelSailboats and owner of Graham McAllister
> designs at: http://www.mcallisterdesigns.com/. I was
> Graham's first member on AllScaleModelSailboats and
> Graham returned the favor by becoming my first member
> on pop-pop-steamboats.
> Before learning that there were two new members
> instead of one, I sent an e-mail note to Toby Barrett,
> moderator of the ironclads group to ask for his
> permission to use the picture currently displayed on
> our home page. Toby replied that it would be okay if I
> used the picture for my stated purpose so I will
> delete it tomorrow and look for a picture of a steam
> powered airplane to post on the home page for
> The paper kit of the North River Pete mentioned can be
> seen at: http://www.papermodeler.com/Clermont.htm most
> likely, because it's the most accurate one I know of.
> best wishes to all, old Frank
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