I think that means I am fine 17 projects and 26 years all good😀
It's certainly places us all in the mainstream I'd guess.
Fits me to a T! I've one project that's been ongoing, in fits and starts, since the mid 1970's.
The mid 1970's? That's impressive dedication by any standards!
It appears that I have not nearly enough projects on the go, when were we planning that trip to Foundry?
July, after your hols!
David. Thanks so much for this! I have shown it my wife as justification for spending far far too much money in the last couple of months on existing projects and a new one. The latter is all down to you my friend, as I have been bitten by the French Revolutionary War bug (or louse?) and ordered a boatload of French and Russians off Trent and Eureka. Will I be around in 27 years to see them finished???????
Hurrah! A new project! Just what was needed! I'm glad you have chosen the FRW too. Did you see my pieces in June & July's Wargames Illustrated by any chance? How are the Sikhs by the way?
Yes, I saw the articles. They helped tip me over the edge.Sikhs are on ice indefinitely now. Cant be bothered with them. May even clear them out. We shall see.
Glad the pieces were well received! Sorry to hear about the Sikh Wars, I was looking forward to seeing your collection and games!
Everything done except Sikh irregular Gorchara cavalry, which I have, and Bengal Light cavalry which are not yet available so that's why it's ground to a halt :-(
Glad to hear they are reprieved.
Well that sounds like me!Christopher
You are in good company Christopher!
I keep telling my wife that I am not the only one whose collection threatens to bring the house down due to its increasing weight. That last bit is almost a metaphor for my expanding waistline too...
Waistlines are a sore point here in GHQ... ;~)
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