The adventures of an 18th century imagination, located in Northern Europe formerly ruled over by joint rulers Duke Karl Frederick and Duchess Liv.Not to mention the American colony of Ny Tradgardland the 17th century Colony of New Tradgardstadt and the newly restored territory of the Shetland Isles. Featuring a supporting bill of gaming in a diversity of times,places and scales.Hopefully something to interest all who pop by...
Monday, 31 July 2017
Firstly many thanks for your kind words and support,it really makes a difference. I am moving forward. I have taken much of your advice- a day visit to St Andrews was great, listening to Test Match Special whilst doing some gardening or painting and enjoying some books and tv. Friday saw me take my Romans across the Firth of Forth by train to try and put down a revolt by Civilis. The game was great but ended in my Romans succumbing to the combined might of Germanic tribesmen allied with revolting roman auxiliaries and cavalry. A re match is planned. Today I cut the hedge with secateurs ( whilst telling passing neighbours that Jan had sensibly always banned me from an electric hedgetrimmer in case I cut myself) ending with me cutting a finger and going to minor injuries at the local hospital to have the cut glued and a tetanus booster given. This will put my Kingdom of Commagene figure painting on hold for a few days. We are getting there.
Posted by tradgardmastare at 14:29
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Ouch! I hope your finger heals soon.ReplyDelete
Other than the injury to you finger (which I hope heals quickly) things sound as if they are getting better. This is excellent news ... and let's hope that this improvement continues.
All the best,
Well done that man.ReplyDelete
Careful with the secateurs though!
Glad to hear you are doing well - except minor injuries ! , TonyReplyDelete
Well done, Sir. I am glad things are going betterReplyDelete
I'm glad to hear you are moving forward! Sounds like things are going pretty well, apart from the pruning accident. I hope that heals quickly! Even without power equipment, who among us hasn't cut a finger or hand with a hobby knife? :PReplyDelete
Glad to hear you're doing well, despite the minor injury.ReplyDelete
Always remember I'm not too far away if you ever want a gentle game. And you're welcome to come up to Perth on Thursday. This week a friend and myself will be playing the second game in our Longstreet ACW campaign. You're welcome to come along and see what's happening and take part in something - or even just enjoy the banter at our die rolls.
Good news, apart from the cut which sounds nasty.ReplyDelete
Glad to hear things are improving.ReplyDelete
Ouch - I prescribe more books and TV until painting fingers are healed.ReplyDelete
Best wishes, Mark Man of TIN
Glad to see things are brightening up, despite the injury.ReplyDelete