Wednesday, 28 May 2008

Replying To Posts

We are unsure how many visitors actually read these pages, from e mail and other feedback I know that we do have a few regulars.

Looking back through some of the earlier posts to day, I notice that we have had very few comments left to date. Larry has worked very hard over the last few months and myself before that. We have tried between us to keep the subjects topical, and to keep you up to speed on current events not only on the Machin scene but specialist advice, new issues and various other subjects.

Make our day and inform us of what you think of the posts in general. All we ask is do not be shy, it is quite simple to add a word or two. Ask a question or give us your opinions on what you would like us to write about, or comment on what we have written in the past.

Please reply to this post and give us your thoughts. It makes all the effort worthwhile.


nnnnnn said...

Roy, great blog... I always enjioy reading and Larry has done a fantastic job while you have been away... getting internet access.. took me all of 1 minute here in Seoul.. new apartment came prewired AND connected.. awesome... yeah I know you don't want to hear that.

As for visiting, get me there.. I am spending too much time in Asia.. but I like it :-)

keep wishes...Michel

Mark said...

Your blog is one of my favorite sites. I am just a beginner when it comes to collecting machins, so I am always looking for more information on the subject, which is why I enjoy reading your blog.

So do not stop writing.

Anonymous said...

I enjoy the site. I've been collecting Machins for about a year now, and as I get deeper into the subject matter, I am always happy to learn more. As long as writing this is enjoyable to you, well, then, keep writing. I am reading!


S├ębastien said...

Don't worry, you are read... By me once a week and I must not be alone.

Rick said...

I concur with Mark and Anonymous. I've been collecting Machins for about a year, find the varieties fascinating as well as any bit of knowledge and information I can get on them from your site.

I visit once or twice a month and enjoy what I read. Keep up the good work, and certainly expand upon this as you are able. Very much appreciated and thank you for sharing.

robert bostock said...

As a long-term Machin collector but a newcomer to Internet, I was delighted to discover your blog and look forward very much to reading new additions. You are to be congratulated all the more as I gather you are US-based. I myself have occasion to write a few articles on modern British stamps and booklets for a Circle journal and I know that there is practically zero feedback from the sleeping members, which can be frustrating. So, rest assured that a lot of us do read what you write and keep up the good work!

larry said...

Thanks to all of you for your comments.

Robert, I have always appreciated your work for the MBPC/GBDSBSC, but I'm one of the many who is guilty of not acknowledging it.

I am indeed American, but Roy is British, though recently moved south to Spain.