|"Left a poor job in the city"|
Feeling as though it was a long time since my last game I was glad of the chance to head out for Bill's mansion to indulge in an American Civil War clash involving amongst other things paddleboats.
|Thee green,green grass of home!|
The scenario was planned by Bill himself using the fictional setting of the Northumberland River somewhere in Tennessee and involved a Union attack on a Confederate fort and this attack was to be supported by Union naval units in the form of a paddlesteamer and an Ironclad.
|The object of the Union's desire.|
|"With a rebel yell,she cried more,more,more!|
|The Yanks are coming.|
|No Mr Ray to defend the flag|
|Come and get me!|
|Donald's square dance|
|It's either the three Union Commanders or Curly,Larry and Moe|
|Rebel without a clue.|
|Take that Johnny Reb.|
|Hey is that Ambrose Burnside|
|My cinc facing the wrong way-obviously ready for the off.|
|Preparing to repel boarders|
A score draw was decided on albeit with a wee bit frustration on my part for not committing my forces earlier.
|Obviously not using smoke less coal.|
|Before the off|
Figures were supplied by Bill,Dave,Donald and even Mr Ray even although he wasn't there as he was continuing his rock comeback in the good old US of A.
Hopefully we'll see you soon.Putting a WW2 Aegean game on at Carronade nd East Fortune WW2 re-enactment day in early May.
See you when I see you.
More pics and info can be found on Bill Gilchrist's Blenheim to Berlin blog.