The drive to Lancaster took about an hour longer than anticipated due to a couple of construction areas along the route; about 5 hours. Figuring out where to park and how to check into the convention hotel was a bit confusing at first, but should be easy next time. The new East tower of the hotel is up and running, at least partially if not completely, so there seemed to be some rooms to spare at the Marriott. The venue, like any new site, was a bit confusing to navigate at first, but it all works. There is no question it is a nicer site than the Host or Fredericksburg. There are plenty of places to eat within 100 yards or less. The use of the hotel luggage carts made unloading from the garage connected to the hotel fairly painless. I am still unsure how you would unload if you were a GM not staying at the hotel. We have Tim’s first game set up already and ready to kick off at 2:00.
I added a pair of Old Glory (Blue Moon) 28 mm one horse Carts to my collection.
I bought these a couple of years ago with the planned Tyrol Wagon Train scenario in mind
As with the other Blue Moon 28 mm wagons I have done, the detail on these is great.
They painted up quickly, really just needing block paining, a wash or two, and then the final black "Magic Wash"
A flat bed cart.
Hauling a load of lumber and other supplies.
A keg of nails.... or perhaps some suitable libations?!
Heading on down the Manheim pike to Lancasterr!