By Staff

November … a month for Thanksgiving. We here at GEM give
thanks for you, our devoted readers, and your continued support of
this great hobby. We extend a special thank you to those who were
affected by our computer transition problems but stuck with us
through the storm. We understand how upsetting the mixups were;
believe me, for as frustrated as you were, we were about 100 times
as annoyed that our usual smooth operations were so disrupted. But
that’s (hopefully!) behind us now, and we move on.

Associate editor Gail Knauer spent a weekend in Wisconsin at the
Great Fuller & Johnson Rally, held in conjunction with the
Badger Steam & Gas Engine Club’s annual show at Baraboo.
She says, ‘Those Wisconsin folks sure can show a girl a good
time-thanks to the Badger club, and the Kindschis in particular,
for a memorable weekend!’ Look for a report on this show in an
upcoming issue.

Subscriber Frank Light, of Callender, Iowa, writes to suggest
that we think about an issue devoted entirely to engines
manufactured outside of the United States. We appeal to our readers
in all corners of the globe to send us stories and pictures of any
foreign-made machinery; whether we use the material all in one
issue or spread it out throughout the year remains to be seen, but
we’re always looking for your stories!

That goes for you folks here in the U. S. as well. Now that show
season is winding down, why not get to work on that story that
you’ve always been meaning to put together? We’d love to
hear from you, and so would your fellow subscribers! Thanks!

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