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The Keep Military Museum
Continuing with a selection of pictures from the various military museums I visited while on holiday in Dorset, next up is The Keep in Dorchester. I've been to this museum before, several years ago, and its a real gem. I love Dorchester and its a popular to...
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Nothe Fort
One of the first places we visited while on Holiday in Dorset was Nothe Fort. This was one of the Palmerston Forts built to protect Britain from invasion during the latter part of the 19th Century. Commissioned in 1872 it is located at the entrance to Weymo...
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Unwelcome Visitors
Well I'm back from my holiday in Dorset and its been a busy week. I feel much more rested mentally although physically I'm done in - we cram a lot in when we are away! Luckily I still have another week off at home and this will give me a chance to catch up ...
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Got home from Salute last night at about 7:20pm Trains were a nightmare! And thank goodness The "Rejects" gave me a lift half way or it might well have been longer. I won't go into details. Just Nightmare!!! Still home now a...
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My haul from yesterdays Salute was a little larger than it was supposed to be! There were a few unexpected buys and a few disappointments as well! I was mainly interested in civilian type figures for Donnybrook and that's w...
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Well, I've made it home in one piece from the ravages of another annual trip to the Excel Centre for Salute. They'd come up with a nifty solution to the problem of exposing wargamers to fit and healthy people (registration fo...
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Historical Wargamer, Roleplayer & Miniatures Painter
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My blog - BigLee’s Miniature Adventures - is dedicated to my passion for miniatures paintingwargaming, roleplaying games, board games and all things military history

I am a founding member of the Dagenham Dungeon Delvers a group of long time friends who meet bi-weekly to play Roleplaying Games such as D&D, Hollow Earth Expedition, Marvel Heroic and Call of Cthulhu

I’m also a member of Posties Rejects a group based in Kent who wargame a wide range of historical periods and rules including Fire & Fury and General de Brigade. I am currently working on two Flames of War projects focusing on the Normandy Campaign of 1944 (using 15mm models) and North Africa 1942 (using 6mm scale figures).
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Salute 2014 - The Pics
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First off we have the Bloggers pic pinched from Carl's blog, with a few more names added in! Apologies if you were eating your dinner! The B

Salute 14. (My personmal Highlights)
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There is much to moan about with regards to Salute but there are a number of advantages as well. What follows is a few games which caught my

Salute Loot 2014
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My haul from yesterdays Salute was a little larger than it was supposed to be! There were a few unexpected buys and a few disappointments as

And Relax!
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Got home from Salute last night at about 7:20pm Trains were a nightmare! And thank goodness The "Rejects" gave me a lift half way or it migh

Salute Loot
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Well, I've made it home in one piece from the ravages of another annual trip to the Excel Centre for Salute. They'd come up with a nifty sol

London Armageddon
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London, twinned with Sodom and Gomorrah, is experiencing an apocalypse. A North African sandstorm seasoned with car pollution. A zombie outb

Off the rails
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I'm going to go way off topic tonight. It's not that I don't have gaming stuff to talk about, I do, and it's awesome. It's just that several

Spanish Civil War Cavalry
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It is important to remember that while cavalry was used in the Spanish Civil War lessons had been learnt from WW1. As such they were not use

The Battle of Ronshin 1884 - A Sudan batrep by Postie
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Posties at it again, he doesn't want a blog himself, "Computers give me a headache" he moans. So another guest post it is then! The Battle o

The Skirmish at Bald Wood - A FIW batrep
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Back at the end of February, after some of the Rejects had been to Cavalier in Tonbridge, we played a smallish FIW skirmish game using Posti

Another Roman Victory!
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There was a gathering in the "Shed of war" on Saturday the culprits from left to right were Big Lee Alternative report click here. , Surgit,

Project Afrika Coc Update # 3
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We played a new and likely final test-game, before formally launching the Afrika CoC campaign, our first major club collective project put i

Post Birthday Recap
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OK the Painting Challenge has now come to an end and we can all take a break if we wish and I guess think and blog about other things. I'm n

A very interesting museum with some surprising and unique exhibits. Plenty of interactive stuff to keep the kids interested and lots of large exhibits (vehicles & AVRE's etc) to keep Dad happy. The only negative - and its a big one for me - is that the museum operates a no photography policy inside the building. This isn't mentioned on the website which is a bit naughty.
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