Michaels 10mm 1809 BLOG

Started by WeeWars, 01 May 2012, 11:55:13 PM

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Techno II

Quote from: Leon on 06 October 2020, 11:47:02 PM
I've edited the initial thread title so you shouldn't get hit with the apostrophe bug now...  :-bd

Huzzah !....That saves me having a go, and deleting the whole thread ! :-[

Cheers - Phil

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Jambo1, if you want some further distraction/inspiration their is also Michael's WWI blog here http://www.michaelscott.name/ww1/ww1blog/ww1blog000.htm  covering desert warfare of the Middle East
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Quote from: Leon on 06 October 2020, 11:47:02 PM
I've edited the initial thread title so you shouldn't get hit with the apostrophe bug now...  :-bd

Thanks, Leon! Good shortcut. Of course, it does now look like I have terrible grammar.

Quote from: Techno II on 07 October 2020, 07:30:10 AM
Huzzah !....That saves me having a go, and deleting the whole thread ! :-[

Crikes!
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Quote from: jambo1 on 07 October 2020, 05:37:04 AM
Have come to this thread soooo late but glad I did, your blog is superb, what an inspiration, will spend a good part of my night going through it. :)

Thanks! Welcome along!

Took me a few days back in April of this year to read it all the way through (for the first time), going back to 2012.

www.michaelscott.name/1809/blog2020/1809post222.htm
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Quote from: paulr on 07 October 2020, 07:37:15 AM
Jambo1, if you want some further distraction/inspiration their is also Michael's WWI blog here http://www.michaelscott.name/ww1/ww1blog/ww1blog000.htm  covering desert warfare of the Middle East

You are a gentleman as always, Paul. Cheers, Michael. I have to admit, though, that I have gone pretty big guns for 18mm Middle East WW1 these days.
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