Today I met up with the Rejects at the Cavalier show in Tonbridge in Kent. I have been looking forward to this show because its been months since my last bit of serious retail therapy. I didn't shoot as many photo's as normal so it won't take me long to sort through them. I should have them posted sometime tomorrow. In the meantime here's a picture of my show loot.
I have to say a big thank you to David Crook of A Wargaming Odyssey for the six books on the North Africa campaign. These are excellent and will give my North Africa project a much needed shot in the arm.
Good to see you there mate. Hope you had as good a time as I did. Good looking loot and plenty to read.ReplyDelete
Well I can see a clear trend here. Good job the original project was so cheap to start with eh?ReplyDelete
Ah, the traditional "look what I've bought" blog post. Love it! I was expecting at least one ridiculous, impulse buy though.ReplyDelete
Oh I bought a couple of magnetic telescopic aircraft stands. Only I don't have any aircraft at the moment...or bases to fix the stands on. But at just £2.50 each I couldn't resist.Delete
It was a good day until Ray went back to the Bring and Buy!ReplyDelete
Read Rays post this morning, that's bloody low. But as I've said in my post today, it must be hard for the stall staff to watch everything when its three deep in potential customers. That doesn't excuse the offhand attitude of the organisers but it does explain why B&B's are easy prey for scumbags with no morals.Delete
What is the GHQ book about ?
That's their catalogue. I picked up a couple of blister packs from Wargames Emporium and they gave me a catalogue with my purchases. I haven't had a chance to look through it yet but no doubt it will come in handy!Delete
No problemo old chap - happy to keep the lead mountain properly researched! My side of the transaction was a box of 20mm Plastic Soldier Panzer 4s.
It was a great day EXCEPT for the attendant pond life....:-(
All the best,