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y 40 visit to Hamvention® was another great one, not only for the great weather, but for being able to once again meet my readers in person. I want to thank all of you who came up to me to thank me for my work in these pages. It is you for whom I write these columns and I am forever grateful for your readership, your support, and your enthusiasm for kit-building. Yes, it didn’t rain, except for all the new kits that either debuted at Hamvention or were displayed for their first time. Now, the waiting begins

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