Monday, 03 August, 2020

Month: December 2013


The Games We Play: St Chamond

My WW1 Frenchies were in need of some armoured support a bit heavier than FT-17s, but affordable 20mm WW1 French tanks are as rare as hens teeth as most come  into the ‘modelling’ bracket, all etched brass and very large Read more…


Let’s look at some 2013 housing statistics for Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties:  closed sales as of end of November 2013 are up 19.1% over last year at this time.  The average sale price has increased 4% year over year.  Read more…


The Games We Play: Iron Wedge

This was the third instalment of the Skirmish Campaigns ,Red Guards, at Kursk scenarios, like the last one I modified it to more of a grand tactical level. It was yet another overwhelming Soviet attack so I put all the Read more…


The joy of being the appointed “expert” on public speaking is the freedom to comment on any aspect of Presentation Skills. Most folks would think that presentation skills only come into play when there is a microphone in the room. Read more…


The Games We Play: BAOR

Although some of these have been seen in game reports, here are a few 2mm BAOR units. These are the first batch I did. Some units (the infantry battalions) have extra ‘bits’ so they can be formed into different configurations. Read more…


To avoid some of the cold weather this winter, Chris and I are going away where it’s summer!  Right now it’s summer in the Southern Hemisphere.  We are going to bask in sixteen days of summer, while enjoying a cruise Read more…


Something funny happened on the way to the forum

Been a bit quiet on the blog front recently, pressure of real life. We did however recently have a break in Rome, and it was very good to get away from the hurly burly here. I have found visiting major Read more…


Hey Rebecca, Recently, I have been having some trouble with my ego and moving into my heart. What happens is, thoughts that are not so constructive, constantly enter my head. I am always focusing on the present moment, opening my Read more…