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Jonathan
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unboxing built models

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I have this unheated garret room lined with shelves containing a great many cardboard boxes. In hopes of gathering courage to build something, Ive gotten out as many models as will fit in the interstices.
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The last time I used the term "interstice" was to describe the voids between the sodium and chloride ions in common salt. Very appropriate here given the near-molecular sized holes that you are populating with your collection! :lol:
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