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Report from Bayou Wars 2006

TXDave writes:

Let me add my thanks to Bill and John and everyone else that made our trip to Bayour Wars from Dallas a great trip! Quite a combination when you can combine a great battlefield, lots of games and things to buy, with great friends and new companions! It was a wonderful weekend and, as the commander of those "lances" that Shagnasty referred to, I did enjoy that game and the subsequent "arty" rolls that caused such grief to those rebel folks from Parliament! Those were great games! As Shagnasty said, though, the luck failed us later that weekend and I am afraid that all I can say for our pirate game was that I got to sail one ship away to fight another day…..

Great convention everyone and thanks again!


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I've had trouble in recent years scheduling the time to get out to gaming conventions, but the Bayou Wars folks gave me an invitation I couldn't refuse...

  1. a chance to support a New Orleans convention, temporarily relocated due to Hurricane Katrina
  2. a wargamers tour of a Civil War battlefield
  3. several nearby museums, including the opportunity to see the USS Cairo ironclad!
  4. and games, games, games!
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Before I knew it, the time was come to ride the silver bird south...