It is time to take a little break. It has been a difficult first half of 2020 and we are all feeling the effects of isolation. For many the world-wide pandemic has been an adjustment not only with our daily routine but in our interactions with those dear to us. Hopefully things will change for the better.
Now, it is time to relax and slow down and for my wife and I that means a change of scenery.
I will be at our cottage in central Canada for most of the summer season spending as much quality time as I can with friends & family. At our summer get-away I plan to relax with a few good books, do a little fishing, swimming, hiking and exchange stories with friends and neighbours over a glass (or two) of wine.
Regular readers know that I typically maintain a steady output of 7 to 9 clock themed articles per month. I have prepared a number of articles in advance of the summer months which means that there will be NO interruption in blog posts.
Keep those letters coming. There may be a slight delay returning your email inquiry or responding to comments on blog posts but be assured that any question(s) about your clock or comments regarding any of my posts are important to me and will be answered as soon as I am able.
This blog profiles my own clock collection, the challenges of maintaining and repairing clocks, the joys of finding new and interesting vintage and antique clocks plus many articles of general interest. As we explore central Canada I will no doubt come across some interesting clocks as we forage through antique stores and flea markets. No doubt my summer adventures will produce new clock stories, new repair challenges and perhaps that next major restoration project. I might even include a trip to The Canadian Clock Museum in Deep River, Ontario.
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