|Typewriters all ready to go.|
|Not quite as full as I could pack the car.|
|I found another keyboard chart in the garage so I got a frame and took it along with the Underwood typing tripod desk/case.|
|Our very fine host. Good food, and plenty of choices on tap.|
|Some of the group, and our typewriters. Many thanks to Elise, lady on the right speaking with Andrea (lady on the left)) for arranging our Type-In|
|A booth dedicated to a few European typewriters. An SM7 that was smooth as silk, a round body H3k with Techo, and a square H3k.|
|This beautiful red QDL got a lot of attention.|
P.S. I did not take the Underwood No. 5 due to the weather prediction of rain. There was ample parking about one to two minutes away so moving typewriters was not a big problem, but a full size typewriter in the rain could have been.
I did take the Underwood case/desk or desk/case with one of my Universals, but it saw little use due to my lack to take the folding chair that fits it. Most of the seating was a bit tall, and I set it off to the side so it would not get knocked over.
There was something odd happened this time. I took 7 typewriters. One belonged to Andy, and 6 belonged to me. I only came home with 4. As Paul Harvey used to say, "stay tuned for the rest of the story."
Out of many, many, many digital images I recorded on the Stylus 1, I chose about
30 from the event to post. I'll be doing 3 parts as to not have a post that is too long and boring.