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Reply Camst648
6:49 PM on January 2, 2014 

:D Thank you Jim, you do me great honour.  Please Join the membership on the site if you like.

Reply Jim
5:50 PM on January 2, 2014 

Knut, once again another cup of coffee and some more time spent on your website.

Your friend in Oz,

Jim :)

(I've bookmarked you site now, so I can come back easily to watch your vids)

Reply Camst648
2:15 PM on December 30, 2013 

MinorPiston says...

Your more than welcome.;)

:lol:

Reply MinorPiston
2:05 PM on December 30, 2013 

Your more than welcome.;)

Reply Camst648
2:37 PM on December 29, 2013 

MinorPiston says...

Cool web, thanks for info on mff:D

:D Thank you for your nice coment  MinorPiston :D 

Reply MinorPiston
2:19 PM on December 29, 2013 

Cool web, thanks for info on mff:D

Reply Camst648
6:53 AM on June 21, 2013 

Ron says...

Very nice Web Page and some fine looking Engines. Enjoyed viewing.

Thank You    I am steamtoys on the Mamod Site

Ron

:D Thank you Ron. 

Reply Ron
6:25 AM on June 21, 2013 

Very nice Web Page and some fine looking Engines. Enjoyed viewing.

Thank You    I am steamtoys on the Mamod Site

Ron

Reply Camst648
4:14 AM on April 8, 2013 

Everett McDaniel says...

Hi,I like that plastic idea. My first kit I put together put spots on our dry wall ceiling. The boss of the house spotted it first thing.Needless to say,I was in the doghouse.

Very very nice web page and toys.

 

regards,Everett


Thank you Very much Everett :) . The plastic is important It has proven very usefull on the running of serten engines. :) I am glad you find this site a nice place, I am in a constant prosess of expanding it and keeping it up to date with my latest. I hope you will continue to wonder in and see how things are developing in my part of the world. :) Thank you for your nice coment. 

Reply Everett McDaniel
7:26 PM on April 7, 2013 

Hi,I like that plastic idea. My first kit I put together put spots on our dry wall ceiling. The boss of the house spotted it first thing.Needless to say,I was in the doghouse.

Very very nice web page and toys.

 

regards,Everett

Reply Camst648
1:45 PM on April 7, 2013 

Ralph says...

Hello Knut.

I really like your website. It is fresh and honest and full of interesting little bits and pieces. Your sister may be a great artist, when she grows up! (age has nothing to do with growing up!) I did not know you had an interst in audio and woodwork. I have rwitten several books on woodwork and writted hundresds of articles over the years. for a couple of years I was the editor of The Woodwrker magazine here in the UK. If you 'Google'  Ralph Laughton Woodwork you will see.

I like your cat. we have lived here for 34 years, this year and until a year ago we have always had a cat. Our house seems empty without a single cat - I still open the front door carefully in case there is a ct asleep on the mat...

Kind regards,

Ralph. London, Emgland, 7th March, 2013

LOL Ralph :) Thank you for  the nice comment. I am glad you find my web page entertaining. There is one thing i must ad :), My sister IS grown up lol. The drawing on the front page is just as nice to look at as something totally incomprehensible found in any art gallery. That is the meaning behind the oicture on the front page :). my sister is 52 years old, married and have 3 grown up children. Profesionaly, she is head of a medium sized grosery store with about 20'ish employe's :). I hope you do not mind me clearling up this missunderstanding. 

The Cat is a nice one. he is my third cat in my life and is now 5 years old, in his primetime of life. Cat's and I has a little "understanding" among us. I find their being fasinating, and they are independent enough to go about with their life without too much detailed management, like forinstance one is stuck with if one has a dog of some sort. 

Thank you once more for the nice coments on this web page, membership is voluntair and unbinding. I hope you will come back and have a look at it from time to time, it is within the walls of this web page I will do most of my writing on some of the larger engine models that is due for delivery this coming year. 

Kind Regards from Knut, at a chilled still winter'ish place in Norway

Reply Ralph
7:35 AM on April 7, 2013 

Hello Knut.

I really like your website. It is fresh and honest and full of interesting little bits and pieces. Your sister may be a great artist, when she grows up! (age has nothing to do with growing up!) I did not know you had an interst in audio and woodwork. I have rwitten several books on woodwork and writted hundresds of articles over the years. for a couple of years I was the editor of The Woodwrker magazine here in the UK. If you 'Google'  Ralph Laughton Woodwork you will see.

I like your cat. we have lived here for 34 years, this year and until a year ago we have always had a cat. Our house seems empty without a single cat - I still open the front door carefully in case there is a ct asleep on the mat...

Kind regards,

Ralph.
London, Emgland, 7th March, 2013