Our game seemed to go down a storm,but the show itself felt a little "flat",with not many traders and the "footfall" wasn't as good as last year-the canteen did a roaring trade from the start to the finish,and with free car parking you would have expected a good turnout!
Our game was one of five or six demo games and a couple of participation games,and as you can see there was room to wander around and look at the games,and there was no queues at the trader's stands either!(although the couple of traders I talked to,said they had done ok.
Then it happened...................................
We had a great day out,talked to some very interesting,and interested people,and hopefully portrayed our hobby in a good light.One noticeable thing was that I didn't see any "official" from Border Reiver coming to our table and asking how things were going!
We still had a good day,and will,probably, attend next year.
I took some photo's of some of the other games,but "camera shake" took over and the results were CRAP, so I haven't put them on the blog-apologies to all who took the time and effort to do so.