Andy got me into the Group after I moved to Ontario and met him at a local hobby shop. He's a veteran of the Canadian Air Force (excuse me if I don't use the proper titles; the name of the service has changed at least once since I've lived here.) where he retired as a sergeant. He's a veteran of Operation Desert Storm and knows his stuff about the military. He also got my family and I into reenacting and has since joined our unit. He enjoys almost any sort of gaming, but prefers figure gaming of the SYW, ACW, AWI, F&IW, WWII and in a number of scales. (15mm, 25mm, 54mm) He's also a rabid fan of the Hamilton Tiger Cats of the CFL, his home town team.
Martin is a doctoral student at the University of Western Ontario in Economic Geography. (And I though I studied esoteric stuff!) He's from Timons, ON and is an Ontario Francophone, which makes us overhearing his mobile phone conversations very interesting. He likes moderns, early 20th Century naval, and Ancients. We share an enjoyment of the pike-and-shot period.
Kevin has a very wide interest in gaming, everything from Historical table-top games to auto racing games to RPGs to micro-armour to outer space games, which he got me into. (Thanks, Kev!) Kevin is a single father with two really great kids. He's also a member of the King's Company of Historical Reenactors/17th US Infantry for the War of 1812. He served for a time in the Canadian Army in a communications unit, and has done a lot of creative jobs. He loves the technical aspects of theatre and media and appears to be very good at what he does. He's the coordinator/leader/name-at-the-top-of-the-list/grand poobah of the Hamilton Road Gaming Group and might be the longest serving member. He's also a blogger. (He's older than he looks! Well preserved is he!)
|Us as War of 1812 reenactors|
|Katie as "Yellow Jacket" with our reenacting group.|
The baby is a friend's whom she is kidnapping as a good Lenape warrior might.
|Playing WWII tanks in War of 1812 gear... Sure! Why not?|
Then there's me. If you've been reading this blog, you know what I look like.