Quiet month this month, but good to welcome Jamie Shanks as a contributor - very nice man; let me punch his copy of Vera Cruz and CSWE a couple of years back).
I've now been 'between employment' for a week and so have been able to move a couple of projects forward (as well as doing a few household chores - only fair). One of these projects is WalkingWaterloo.com a website with 'guided' routes around the four 1815 battlefields. This, of course, is in preparation for the bicentennial and Karoly Szivetgari, a regular LYG contributor, has been a massive help in the research and other contributions.
WalkingWaterloo.com is still a work in progress but the meat of the initial test is there - more maps and photos to come. Be sure to pop along, have a look, subscribe and comment.
A predicted, with time on my hands, I have also been able to progress my latest design project - Malta, 1565. Research is progressing well and it would be great to take a prototype with me to CSWE.
Thanks as usual to the support of our visitors, sponsors, contributors and donors too.
I hope to meet many of you at this year's Waterloo bicentennial and/or at CSW Expo
T H A N K S !