This can be a very short post as I didn't do anything in terms of gaming goals. Yup, not one block changed colour this October. I didn't lift a brush, rolled no dice, dumped no book.
Technically I did play three games of Lost Cities, but that doesn't count.
I hardly cycled as well. Not even 200km.
The reason? Holidays and the big project still lumbering in the background.
Ten days cruising to Italy and back was awesome enough, though, and I slipped in the odd bit of (military) history. Looked upon Fortress Ehrenbreitstein in Koblenz, walked the 17th century walls of Lucca and spent the night on the battlefield of Arcis-sur-Aube.
There was good food, beautiful countryside...
|View from the hammock|
and some awesome art
|Werner Bischof, Dresden 1945|
|Barbari Baldi poster for Lucca Games & Comics|
|Jeffrey Catherine Jones at Lucca Games & Comics|
But November will have to be different: the 1672 project needs work for a credible outing in February. So I need to make a decision on my painting method soon.
Also, PolderCon is back on the menu (yeah, I know...). Hope to see you there on February 2nd in Utrecht !