I also met up with a group from the Great Lakes Gamers who were putting on a display of wargames in the information center. A nice bunch of guys, they were happy to meet a fellow gamer and talk games and gaming. Plenty of Too Fat Lardies rules were in evidence; the chaps are big fans of their rules systems.
French-Indian War in 28mm.
Frank Demana discusses the period with my better half.
Romans in Germania Libera - Can they avoid the Varus Disaster?
US Artillery, War of 1812
Small-craft action on the Great Lakes
Roman legionary in Dacian-fighting armor
Grunts in 'Nam
Gebirgsjager - WW2 German mountain troops
British WW2 - ATS (Auxiliary Transport Service) and Somerset Light Infantry
A sniper in ghillie suit takes his ease
US Marines at rest
WW2 US Army HQ tent with staff and 50mm mortar
A Wyandot warrior from both FIW and 1812 - in the latter period the British gorget signifies personal wealth rather than allegiance
Rider on her way to the mounted medieval warfare demonstration
Camp of the ACW Ohio Volunteer Infantry
L-R, Canadian Essex Regt. Arquebusier, Ronin, US Army War of 1812, British Foot, another Canadian Essex Regt.
Tomorrow I'll post a video of the ACW live cannon firing demo. Who doesn't like a loud bang and cloud of nasty-smelling smoke? ;)