My adventures as a frequent business and leisure traveler, typewriter collector, analog photography enthusiast, LP collector and classic car owner
Welcome to the typosphere!
That is an awesome inaugural post that gives a good flavor of your interests. And your SC electric is just beautiful!I am curious About that "Bluetooth router" you used to make an electromechanical phone operable without a landline. Does it function only as an ear/mouthpiece or did you somehow make it possible to dial out? (I have a Western Electric desk phone – in red!)
This is the bluetooth router that I used. The old rotary phone connects to it via a regular phone line. It connects via bluetooth to up to three cell phones. When connected and someone calls my cell phone, the rotary phone rings and I can answer it there. Also, I can pick up the rotary phone and dial out and it dials out from my cell phone.https://smile.amazon.com/Xtreme-Technologies-BT-Bluetooth-Gateway/dp/B00135XU7Q/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1491076428&sr=8-3&keywords=bluetooth+router
Very interesting info about the Bluetooth router for the rotary phone. I may have to look into something similar, since I have five rotary phones and I'd love to have one of them hooked up and working in this digital age. Welcome to the Typosphere, too, as Richard P said. You'll find no shortage of information on typewriters around here.
Welcome aboard the Typin' Train! :D