What a freakin' drag! I suppose that no paper publication can compete with "free access" internet sites, no matter how much "fake info" comes with the deal. I will need to visit the LHS for my last Timber Times, that was just about the ONLY thing I bought there anyway.
Bless the folks who published it and I wish them well.
Woodie C. Greene
____________________ It doesn't matter if you win or lose, its' how you rig the game.
Sad, but hardly surprising.
I never saw much interest in logging lines among the hobby in general. Heck, I live close to what was the last company-owned logging line in the US and loved reading about them, but I never bought a single copy of this magazine. I thumbed through many of them over the years at the two hobby shops I know if that carried them, but I never saw any issue that made me think, "Man, I've got to get this."
TT was never designed as a model magazine..it was a history/nostalgic type and darn useful for logging modellers research with a bit of modelling thrown in from time to time..Heck even the old advert photos were useful research for scratch modelling !...
Last edited on Tue Sep 12th, 2017 03:49 pm by William M
pipopak wrote: You just will run out of fresh material.Yep. Frankly, I wonder how old car and gun magazines still keep going, as most of them ran out of new material decades ago. How many more articles can someone read about the M-1911A1 pistol or a 1965 Ford Mustang?