I arrived about 20 minutes after the show had opened and had a wander around to locate the traders I wanted to throw money at. Unfortunately one of them had obviously had a change of plan and wasn't there which was a bit of a downer but the others certainly made up for it. I'll be taking a picture of the loot I did secure separately.
Here are a few photos of some of the games:
|An Old West game|
|AWI (Gravesend Wargames Club)|
|The Battle of the Boyne (Posties Rejects)|
|A Sudan game|
|Denmark 1940 (Deal Wargames Society)|
|World War 2 game|
|On Her Majesty's Crooked Service (Crooked Dice)|
I also managed to play the Maidstone Wargames Society's Those Magnificent Men in their Floating Machines participation game:
It was a good day to meet up with people too. Apart from chatting with the Maidstone chaps I had a good old natter with those splendid chaps Ray (Don't throw a 1), Lee (Big Lee's Miniature Adventures) and Fran (The Angry Lurker) at the Rejects' Battle of the Boyne game. And I was lucky enough to be on hand when Ray was presented with a fantastic gift by Tamsin (Wargaming Girl):
(You'll need to read her post to get the background) I have no idea how many sittings it must have taken to get such a great likeness (Note to self: Remember to duck the next time I see Ray!).
I also actually got to meet John Lambshead (John's Toy Soldiers) and have a brief chat and John introduced me to John Treadaway (photo courtesy of John):
|Copyright 2013 John Lambshead|