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Made in gb
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Yarkshire







https://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.com/2021/04/yarkshire-gamer-podcast-episode-4-colin.html

Hi Everyone,

Just a short post to let you know that Episode 4 of Yarkshire Gamers Reet Big Wargames Podcast is now available on most Podcast Hosts or via the link above.

This episodes guest is Colin Ashton, owner of the Carryings on up the Dale blog. He has some great collections of figures (as you can see from the pictures above).

We talk about all things Big Game and of course Colin has a go at the Yarkshire Gamer Quiz, but being from "that place over the hill" he does start at a disadvantage !

The Big Topic is Wargames in Lockdown as Colin has kept his Big Games going throughout Covid. We both think it's an interesting addition to the Wargames armoury and has future post Lockdown.

Thanks for listening

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

   
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Central Valley, California

Really enjoying this current episode, thanks for the link!

You have a perfect radio voice.

Cheers and keep going

~ M

~ Shrap

Rolling 1's for five decades.
Dust 1947 * 40K * Star Wars Legion * Warcry * LoTR SBG * Chain of Command * Warmaster 10mm * Saga
 
   
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Yarkshire

Thats great to hear, lovely to see it reaching across to the US

Cheers

Regards Ken
The Yarkshire Gamer

   
 
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