Sunday, November 4, 2012

Major purchases and places I've been

It's been a while since my last purchase, so I went overboard.
I just got back from the trip to "Fall-In!" in Lancaster and a stroll around Gettysburg. 
The vendor hall at the show
Luckily between the two different places I filled out most of my WW2 Battalion plans with most of what I "need" including all the PzIVs, T-34s, BT-70s, KV-1s and PzIIIs, unfortunately I could not find the needed PzIIs. I also found all I need for my Russian and a nice beginning for my German infantry battalions.

Also purchased were some bonuses such as enough Revell and Caesar modern Brits for a platoon, some other moderns including the much sought after Caesar SAS set. 

An unexpected purchase came in the form of GHQ miniatures. The second day of Fall-In, I was browsing the rows of tables and came upon the "combat command" boxes, I bought the mujaheddin and US Urban task force or something like that. 

I plan to post pics of all these goodies later on.

These are all pictures from the wonders of Gettysburg!
Have a great week!


  1. I'm looking forward to seeing your 'drool' photos...sounds like you had a great time!

    1. Thanks Eastern Funker, unfortunately I have no more pictures of the show, but I'm working on the models. Up next eventually will be some WIP and previews.

  2. sounds like you had a wonderful time, lets hope that this week is good the future of the world is in the balance this week, well maybe that is an exageration but 2 superpowers have decided that they will both be having big changes or not so big ones on the same week.

    nice shots of the battlefield having recently gone to some in New Zealand it is such a nice surprise to see that the site where so many men gave their lives for what they believed in has monuments to the fallen. here our civil(ish) war of the 1860's goes largely taught and the battlesites are lucky to have a plaque. only one seems to have a cemetary associated with it where emipre and maori fallen rest in peace. a nice statement to have both sides together especially considering the times.

    1. It was great, a lot of nice places and vendors, also the game rooms were spectacular.
      The battlefield was a nice part as well, it is often difficult to imagine such a thing in such beautiful places though.
      I'm excited about the elections as well, it is a great (in good and bad ways) time in the world.

  3. Nice pictures! Thanks for sharing!