Our plan was to relax, talk wargames, talk more wargames, base new models & tart up some existing 10mm Nappies. This involved adding coloured company pom poms to 720 French line & Tony painted white crosses & squares around nearly 300 Polish Czapkas(?). In addition we played board games, watched the rugby world cup plus the 2003 epic England win - God Bless Jonny!
We walked & climbed, ate a huge amount & imbibed a small amount too...
There is even a fine pub two minutes walk away - what more could one ask for?
|The bay at the bottom of the garden path.|
|Tony mans the coastal defenses.|
|An abandoned hotel - in the past we have broken in & explored, not this time...|
|We rose early to catch Wales rout Australia in the Rugby World Cup.|
|The match & our newest board game.|
|Blood Bowl is a great laugh & thoroughly engaging; my Skaven team need painting, time to deploy contrast paints.|
|We ate well too...|
|Chris in his camouflaged outfit scouts out the scenery.|
|This is so very Middle Earth.|
|Beware of ambush by Wargs Tony!|
|Those are our tracks in the shingle - it's a hell of a climb up that cliff though!|
|The bay with the tide nearly out - dramatic stuff.|
We have been so productive that our next game, now underway, will feature over 20 new units.
This was a real "tonic for the jaded" & very much worth repeating sometime.
Thanks to both Chris & Tony for a really memorable weekend - I love you guys!
Our next battle report is due up any day soon so pop back soon.