I started early as well, being around 6 when I grew up with my grandmother next to the ferry dock at Folkestad, where I was fishing between the sailings and writing down the cars' registration numbers with makes, models and colours.
Whenever a crew member deposited garbage, I was rummaging impatiently through it, looking for roster lists and sailing plans, so one can say that I was quite dedicated at a very young age. LOL.
Hello there everybody i have been a member for a year now but i thought I should properly introduce myself my name is Jimmy. I have autism i love buses planes and ships i am 17 almost 18 and i have a instagram account @pacificnorthwestspotter. Hope to meet some of you guys one day and cheers 🍻!
Welcome here, good sir. Thanks for the introduction comments.
Here you will likely find others who are somewhere on the autism spectrum, as well as plenty of people who have a trait for focusing on fine detail.
My welcoming advice is to always step-back after you write a post, and look at how it displays, and then consider if you need to edit it to break it into sections, or to make it more clear (in cases where you realize that people won't understand the context or relevance of your post). That stepping-back and doing an objective proof-read is important on a forum like this. It's not about the quality of the language or grammar, but more about the readability of the post. How easy will it be for people to read and understand the context and quality of your post?