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March 25, 2010
Spring is showing up here in Texas. Yard work has begun. I already did a little mowing around the house and planted a few new rose bushes. Another Spring project that is receiving some attention is my garage. This garage has been on the family property since we bought the place back in the mid-1980's and has stored boats, VW Bugs, and construction materials (for two houses!). Back in 1991 I fixed up this garage to be my office and workshop while I built my new house. When I moved in to the finished house in 1999 the garage became my sorting room for my aviation book and magazine collection. Several good friends have passed on their beloved aviation magazine collections to me. Did they get the better end of the deal or did I? This beautiful disaster has been quite the project. Some days I am excited to go sort and organize in the garage... other days I just want to stick my head in and then go back into the house. This past year I have worked in short bursts and am finally on the down hill stretch (even though it might not look like it in the picture above!). The shelves are ready for my collection. Boxes have been packed up with magazines that will go to happy collectors. The rarest of the collection will be archived or offered up for sale. A good number of modern day issues will be sent out for recycle. I hate to send them away but.... I have to prioritize. Vintage issues will take the top spots on the shelf. Tonight I found the airshow program from my first Warbird arishow (Denton, Texas CAF Airshow!) and also found a 1912 Popular Mechanics with some wild looking aircraft inside. My issues of American Airmen (the AAA/APM publication) has already been sorted and given a spot of the shelf! As I sort I will post here some of my prized issues. Well... time to go wash the dust off my hands and set a stack of magazines on the nightstand for viewing later.
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