Stamp projects during the winter months
As the snow falls out my window here in Ohio while I write this, I was inspired to wonder what other collectors might be working on during these winter months.
Have you picked up a new collecting area this winter? Has organizing an existing collection taken priority? Is building an exhibit part of your plan for 2023?
I have purchased a number of sleeves for first-day covers in order to better organize my collection and remove any duplication.
A few of the country collections sitting on my shelf also have enticed me to flip through them. And, of course, some of the holes in them bugged me, so I started the grand hunt to see if maybe those stamps are readily available for purchase.
One of my collections that is almost complete is for French Polynesia. I admit that I went through that collection the other week as a way to escape to the South Pacific island through all those visuals.
And that escape can also serve as a great way to research a future travel destination that might be on your bucket list. I did this once for a trip, and when I got there, I felt like I knew all the major landmarks. It made for an immersive travel experience.
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