The show was well attended and everyone seemed to be having fun. In addition to some enthusiastic naval player I renewed my friendship with Justin from the hanger and meet Ron from this group who was running a Chain of Command game. (Forgot to get a picture of it as I got called to the hospital but it looked superb). I was also introduced to modern Afghanistan through a game called Sanguin by Chris of the Phalanx Consortium. It had some nice mechanics though it was man to man rather than fire-team. Finally I met an English bloke who works in Williamsburg as an archeologist. The only sad part was Carl of the hanger was not able to attend as he is in the hospital.
On with the show!
I ran the PTs going after the barges again and the american's got hurt early but managed to wreck two of the barges. Two PT boats were wrecked as well. We called it a draw and everyone exhibited great sportsmanship and gave me valuable feedback. Thank you all!!
Did make several small purchases. Bought some French resistance fighters and two generic trucks for Grunt's Forward. Purchase two Sampans from Flashpoint. These will be useful not only for Vietnam but the tops come off so I can use them as canoes. Finally after drooling over Sea Eagles 15mm boats (They are very expensive; too much for me based on how often I would use them) I bought a pack of their Barbary pirates for my Donnybrook games.
So I had a great time at the Williamsburg Muster. Am looking forward to Guns of August where I will probably run something again. Hope to see you there!