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On my way to
with Strelets Boer war figures
and then the WWI cavalry.
Just got a new flat screen monitor for my computer - an LG. LG inform me on their box that LG stands for life's good.
With the new figures LG,LG.
the Call to Arms modern british, coming out in May. I hope these are the 1980s para's that were prereleased some years ago...
Strangely I am eagerly awaiting Imex German infantry (don't know why but still), or Hat French infantry world war one and most future releases from Pegasus.
Cant wait for GerMan Napoleonic Campaign Egypt Love this hobby
I like your Cloud 9 icon!
My wife and I bought a desk top with bigger screen earlier this year as opposed to a smaller lap-top. The bigger screen makes a huge difference for enjoying collectors scans and S*R previews, doesn't it?
Both the Boer War and WWI are going to give me "Big fun." I still hope that S*R gives us some more of the Crimean sets such as Russian Lancers before years-end. Have fun with the new electronics!
Here's to "Life's Good!"
I agree about more Crimean sets. British in Greatcoats for Inkerman and some French and Brit siege artillery and artillery in general of the big stuff. The Boer war and WWI stuff is great but as you say the Crimean War is not done with yet. Those Crimean British infantry give me a lot to be getting on with-enjoyable though
The new flat screen stops me developing a flat nose (probably not a bad thing).
I had it up and running within one hour of thinking I ought to have a new screen. That included, walking to the shops, buying it, unpacking, installing, testing and getting rid of the packing and old monitor (and making a cup of tea somewhere in the process). Probably a consumer record. Years of experience buying and putting together Nintendo's, Megadrives and PS2s for my kids. I knew it would come in handy some time.
Actually the Cossacks computer game was the thing that sparked off a renewed interest in model figures a few years ago.