[WWI] Safely in Texas...

Thomas Solinski dr-i.417.17 at cox.net
Tue Jul 5 18:19:57 EDT 2011


Just up the road apices in OKC.

 

We usually make the trip to D-FW area once every two years for Ikea shopping
and the Region 6 contest in Grapevine, for the squadron open house.

 

Tom Solinski AKA MrT

 

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From: wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org [mailto:wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org] On
Behalf Of J.R. Boye
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2011 11:04 PM
To: World War I Modelers' List
Subject: Re: [WWI] Safely in Texas...

 



   Well, I haven't unpacked all the built models yet, Clarence, but what I
have pulled out of the puffed rice so far looks fine. Opening the plastic
bags without damaging the models seems to be the tricky part. I'm waiting
until the display case arrives from California so I have a place to put the
planes.

     Oh yeah, Dogfight! I've had mine for about 45 years, and I still love
to play that. The little booklet was one of the best parts, with great Farre
paintings and photos.  You can also use the "Wings of War" fighters on the
board. Where do you live, Mr. T?

       I have also plated the other 3 games in the series. Dogfight and
Broadside were fun to play. Battle Cry and the Pacific island game (what was
the name of that?) were boring and pointless. I gave Broadside to my son
because he grew to love it even more than I did. I couldn't part with
Dogfight, though. I might get one for him if I ever come across another
copy.

 
J.R. Boye

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From: dr-i.417.17 at cox.net
To: wwi at wwi-models.org
Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2011 23:14:46 -0500
Subject: Re: [WWI] Safely in Texas...

Oh wow J.R. you still have a DOGFIGHT, when you get set up I wanna come to
your house and PLAY!

 

MrT

 

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