The GP Chronicles started to go live on 1-April 2019 and here we are a bit more than a year later, I look back at 249 blog posts and with this posts have reached the milestone of T.W.O Hundred-Fifty posts. It is time to celebrate and reflect back on the last year.
I want to use this opportunity to look at some key posts and how I have structured the Blog. Most posts are providing information and reviews of Girard-Perregaux watches, most of them are from/my/collection and can be found under that tag. I also review GP watches I had the opportunity to try out, usually under the tag hands/on/reviews or if shorter under quick/peek. In addition, I share mostly one picture of a wristshot regularly.
Here are couple of highlights from that category from the last 249 posts:
Under background/reports I venture out in finding deeper historical information or technical achievements and of course also sometimes share subjective views. Some highlights from background/reports are:
As a follower of this Blog, you have also probably noticed that I have started to show with higher frequency watches/not/gp. I have done some diversification recently but also have not been neglecting adding GP watches.
While my Blog revolves around watches, I take the liberty to write blog posts about other subjects that interest me, be it cars, books or music. All of those are captured under anything/else.
Finally, I want to say some words about the GP Reference Database. It has been and still is my intention to build an as complete as possible reference look-up of vintage and modern GP watches. This is very time-consuming work and I also want to keep a steady flow of new blog posts and as a result, I have made much less progress than I had desired. I do hope that within this year, I can add some substantial content to that area of my blog.
Thanks again to all my readers and the feedback I have received. It sometimes takes me a bit of time to respond to you messages, but usually I do get back.