Posted in Olympia SF (1967)

A Few Quick Brown Foxes and All Good Men

SF. Olympia SF. Yes, this is the era of SF as seen in a photo of Ian Fleming, creator of…

Posted in Olympia SM9 (1966)

Move Over, Royal 440!

Always check the color of the ribbon selector before typing. Oh! Look at that. A purple and red ribbon. This…

Posted in Olympia X-L12

Playing for We R Memory Keeps

I am in the midst of a live stream, a test of Zoom VS StreamYard.The quick brown fox jumps over…

Posted in Royal Quiet De Luxe (1949)

Straight Out of the Box

This is the latest addition to the typer family. The ribbon was stolen taken from the unpopular Olivetti Lettera 25….

Posted in Olympia SF (1959)

The Curious Mystery of the Missing Blog Posts

Now where did I put those blog posts? I wrote two posts in January, but they are nowhere to be…

Posted in Sperry Rand Remington Streamliner

If Aquaman Had a Typewriter

Time for another Local Typewriter Club meeting. Spent the first hour chatting, and now it’s time for typing! As we…

Posted in Singer Professional T-62

Brown is the New Red

To those who have served, thank you for your service. I’ve spent the last hour or so cleaning up this…

Posted in Smith-Corona Sterling 1954

Pardon Me While I Change This Ribbon

Oh my! It’s been a while. I had typed up a few posts for June–during our anniversary vacation down in…

Posted in Royal Quiet De Luxe (1953)

Shhh… It’s Late

The hour was late, but I decided to at least get this Royal Quiet De Luxe in working order. I…

Posted in Olympia X-L12

Ink to Spare

I’ve heard complaints of new ribbons–the sort you might find at Staples–being dry. I have no complaints here. In fact,…