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I managed to do some gaming, of sorts, at last month's writers conference:
Thank you Charlotte! It sounds like you and Luke had a great time during your Wo1812 tour. I hope you'll post some pictures on this site.
That's awesome, Ted! I think travel and wargaming go very well together. On a trip to New York a few years ago, Luke Sineath and I played 7 games of War of 1812 in 6 days-doing so has left me with very fond memories of our trip, and I think gave us more of a sense of what it would be like to be a local, rather than a tourist. I think wargaming in public is rather appealing in general. The ritual of organizing the game to be portable, you with a blanket, we typically with plano boxes, packing it back up, ready for another adventure-so much fun! We used to play in bookstores, coffee shops, even the laundromat and the mall. It's also super cool that you found a new gaming buddy, and you guys can combine your passions for writing and wargaming!
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