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Friday, November 30, 2018
Thursday, November 29, 2018
The troops are more threatening.
The Galaxy Laser Team moves back slowly.
And the force bubble appears...
And transports them back to their orbiting ship!
When I saw it was supposed to snow, I put a large piece of white plastic outside on my outdoor table. We got about 1/4 inch of snow, and that was enough to take photos. I took the photos looking out towards the wood, this is the view towards the walk out basement. As you can see, the snow was not enough to cover the table or the gravel ground.
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Troops in the Snow
The soldiers demand surrender.
Their weapons are impressive.
And there are a lot of soldiers.
Galaxy Laser Team backs up a bit...
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Galaxy Laser Team
What to do, do they precipitate a war?
More vehicles are coming.
It may be time to prepare to fire the rocket plane.
Jeeps! With cannons.
The situation becomes more tense.
They are primitive but even a slug can kill at this range.
The troops deploy...
Their weapons are primitive, but dangerous.
Monday, November 26, 2018
GLT and AC
The Galaxy Laser Team is on a barren ice planet it seems, but wait...
Two vehicles approach out of the night.
They stop some distance away.
The team is unsure what to do, should they fire?
Should they withdraw?
Are they friendly?
The data is run through the mobile computer.
Insufficient data for a conclusion!
Labels: Galaxy Laser Team, Tim Mee
Sunday, November 25, 2018
Galaxy Laser Team lands on an ice world.
A perfectly black night with a perfectly white ground.
This kind of cold is hard on lobster turtle.
They are exploring, but finding nothing but darkness and snow.
Some of the team are from arctic worlds.
Feels like home.
A response from the locals.
Turn to withdraw but it's all darkness and snow.
We got 1/4 inch of snow the other day at about 1:00 a.m. and so I gathered the troops together and went outside for a quick photoshoot. I knew snow was supposed to be coming so I placed a large rectangle sheet of plastic on top of my outside table and waited for the snow to fall. I raced outside and took a bunch of photos and ran back inside were it was warm. Photos were done both with and without flash for different effects.
Saturday, November 24, 2018
Hundreds of boxes left to unpack.
I am saving the bubble wrap, and foam packaging, wrapping paper, and packing peanuts.
The small bag is 5 cubic feet of packing peanuts and the big ones are 14 cubic feet of peanuts. I have four of the big ones so far!
Some of the boxes have been unpacked and filed under the tables. Unfortuantely, both of my scales died in the move so I can't weigh them yet. Heavy boxes on the top, light boxes on the lower shelves. That makes it easier to lift the heavy boxes onto the table.
I gotta figure out what to do with these or they will fill my basement!
Friday, November 23, 2018
In the New Home!
I have unpacked about 100 boxes so for. This is about 25 cubic feet of packing peanuts.
Storage box full of shredding material.
What the tanks look like when they are uncovered.
They need to be cleaned, the box gets cleaned and then the tanks are returned to the storage box.
These are HO scale tanks mostly BT-7 by Mir and a few BT's from Permit. MRS Bunkermeister have moved into our new custom home in Kentucky, USA. It includes my massive wargame bunker and wargame tables. I estimate it will take several months just to unpack, probably February, 2019.
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