|Outside view of the museum|
We arrived in time for David and I to get into the What a Tanker game. We each grabbed a German Panzer IV J and were off for some shooting. The other Germans had a Tiger and a Stug.
|My Pz IV making its way across a field|
|Tiger crossing the bridge to hunt Shermans|
In the afternoon it was off to hunt buffalo. Kevin had modified the Tusk Mammoth Hunting rules to use with his Comanche figures and a horde of buffalo. There were six clans in the hunt, each with slightly different abilities and goals, but the main goal was to get meat for the upcoming winter. The buffalo, and any predators that showed up, were controlled by the rules.
|Where the buffalo roam|
|A few of my warriors closing on the buffalo|
|The killer buffalo calf stomping Comanches|
I also grabbed photos of the other games that were being run.
|An ironclads battle using the Hammering Iron 2 rules|
|A giant Memoir '44 game with 15mm figures|
|The Zeppelin Pulp Alley game (an award winner from Enfilade)|
|A World War I trench attack|
|The Sword and the Flame in Sudan|
End of Summer Plans
With summer winding down, I'm starting to look at what to do for Fall and Winter. Top of the list is preparing for my annual naval game (DANG) by putting together the list of scenarios for voting. Once we've decided what the game is, I'll work on putting together the ships. I also need to reorganize my modeling/painting area, along with my storage shelves. I've got several items taking up space that need to get finished or packed away.
I haven't really decided on any game projects (other than whatever comes up for DANG) and I will probably just follow where my nose leads me for the rest of the year.