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vtsaogames20 Mar 2017 7:55 a.m. PST

Gents, I will be hanging out near Bath for most of the month of May, Five Islands to be specific. I hope to attend Huzza for one day. The only game I'll have with me is the board game W1815, the very fast Waterloo game. Anyone have any ideas for a game? Brunswick is a short drive too.

Allen5720 Mar 2017 8:29 a.m. PST

Nice maritime museum in Bath. If Bath Ironworks (the shipyard building the Zumwalt class DDs) gives tours I would also consider that.

Personal logo Ogdenlulimus Supporting Member of TMP20 Mar 2017 10:43 a.m. PST

Talk with some of the Maine Wargamers that run the front desk at Huzzah. They will know where you can get a pickup game or what local shop may have an event you may like to participate in.
They are a friendly group.
Here is one if their links to the game shops in their area:
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vtsaogames20 Mar 2017 12:04 p.m. PST

I've spent time in Bath before, just not a whole month at one time. I've been to the Maritime Museum and taken their tour of BIW. My brother-in-law works at the yard, probably left his initials in the Zumwalt.

Thanks, will check out the Maine Wargamers. And eat lobstah. My wife has connections in Maine.

myxemail21 Mar 2017 8:38 p.m. PST

V,
There is a cluster of gamers in the Bath area, as well as another cluster in the Portland area. Then quite a few scattered around as well in the countryside. I am in Auburn and can see if the Bath gang can reach out to you.
Please contact me privately on myxemail at AOL

Mike

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