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 Post subject: Veterans/Remembrance Day
PostPosted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 8:41 am 
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Thanks to all those who are veterans & those who are serving!

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them."

"Ode of Remembrance" - Laurence Binyon

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Slightly off topic, but not by much. I'm headed to the ww2 museum in New Orleans, anyone been? how much time should I allocate in general, I know everyone has a different pace. I would be moving not quite as fast as the omnipresent Scott Ludwig, but also not moving at the old man, glacial pace of an Ernie Sands :shock:

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I have never been....my omnipresent self was very slow at the several museums as of late.... :D

Let us know what you think!

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 05, 2017 9:59 am 
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wsreed wrote:
Slightly off topic, but not by much. I'm headed to the ww2 museum in New Orleans, anyone been? how much time should I allocate in general, I know everyone has a different pace. I would be moving not quite as fast as the omnipresent Scott Ludwig, but also not moving at the old man, glacial pace of an Ernie Sands :shock:


WW2 Museum in New Orleans is very nice. I did not cover it all in 4 hours and I was moving at a pace in between the Warg like Scott Ludwig speed and the Ent like trudge of an Ernie Sands. Museum covered it all, politics, homefront, east front west front, pacific, Interactive component on and on. Worth another trip :idea:

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Never been to N'Orleans, I'm afraid

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Hwkhuntswalking wrote:
Never been to N'Orleans, I'm afraid


Marechal Philips, how have you been? should we fire up a match of something?

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But of course, Monsieur.
One of your custom Indian scenarios...?

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Hwkhuntswalking wrote:
But of course, Monsieur.
One of your custom Indian scenarios...?

Marechal Philips, please your choice of scenario, from any of the games, F&IW, 1776, 1812

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The French And Indian War

053.On_Line_e.scn
On Line Series #5 - Supply Line Interdiction
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11:00 am January 19th, 1758 --- Made up --- Upon learning of a supply column nearing the French held fort Lt. Cutshall leads his rangers out to intercept. (French objective to exit supply sleighs off the map through exit hexes.) First player to move: British. IMPORTANT: Supply Points are worth 1 Victory Point each.

You must choose then which side you wish to play as well as any Optional Rule Configuration you may wish; Fully Phased or Turn Play, s'il vous plaît

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Hwkhuntswalking wrote:
One of your custom Indian scenarios...?


Scott - do we have all of the custom scenarios Tom refers to on the Club downloads?

http://www.wargame.ch/1776/fiwscn.html

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I think not and they all looked good, too...

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Hwkhuntswalking wrote:
I think not and they all looked good, too...

I will get you Burnt Corn asap
had some after work work going on for a bit

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