|Ed Phillips' scratch built gun emplacements and cannon. These two now rest in the Randy F. collection, so I get to game with them from time to time in our group
|Another one of Ed Phillips' miniature masterpieces. A portable flour mill being worked by some of the Minden Miniatures pioneer figures.
Here are some photos that I took of some of the games that took place on Saturday. Enjoy the pictures, and click on the pix to enlarge your view. There were many impressive looking games and I particularly liked the games that Jurgen hosted for the SYW in India. I have never seen such colorful looking armies.
|SYW in India
|SYW in India - John Company troops.
|Tod Kershner's famous "Iroquois Terror" game in progress. There were scalps aplenty in the game.
|Paper sailing ships from Jeff Knudsen's game. Wonderful stuff here!
|French breach the walls of Quebec during the return match in 1760, when de Levis' French army marched from Montreal to Quebec to attack the new British garrison.
|My Fife & Drum AWI game.
|Another view of the Fife & Drum game showing the British attack of the American right flank.
|Black Powder game using 10mm figures.