|The Canadians advance with the Sherman 76 in support -|
a lovely and ineffectual AFV that day.
|Canadian troops hugging the hill side.|
|German troops and their anti-tank gun - which NEVER fired,|
since no tanks showed themselves to it.
|The MG-43 lurks in the woods with some infantry.|
The Panzerschreck comes up behind.
|The board and the BIG building. Small house decor by the Dollar Store.|
Ignore the Tim Horton's wraps - It was my lunch.
|The Wehrmacht enters the house. |
(Andy's paint job, Black Tree Design figs)
|The Canadians move out. |
(My paint job, Black Tree and Battle Honours figs)
|The AT gunc commanded the street, but nobody went a-walking there.|
(Andy's gun and crew. Nice!)
|The Canadian mortars threw a lot of smoke and did take out a few troops|
with HE. Usually they provide instant frustration.
|More Germans upstairs... watching the dollar store houses. |
(I've got to paint them and soon!)
|Kevin and I watch the game unfold. The dice never did cooperate.|
|Andy and Robby watch over the cattle. Mike kept attempting |
to stampede them.
|The Maultier excapes, the smoke dwindles, the Pzkw IV exhanges shots|
with the Sherman, and the AT gun crew twiddles their thumbs.
- A mortar hit something!
- The Panzerschreck knocked out the second Sherman (no pics, sorry! Andy said it was a first.)
- The Sherman fired at the house, hit it, and did zero damage. Well chosen words were spoken.
- My dice are rotten; I'm thinking of putting them in the dish washer... or burying them.