As September began I started to think about The Pledge from TMP and realized I hadn't painted anything in three months. A bit depressing but I started looking at what I had done and saw that despite being busy at work the Summer had been filled with activities though not all gaming related ones.
Our two year old niece had a baby sister in July so the niece came to visit us for a week while Mom, Dad and little sister got acquainted. We had forgotten had labor intensive a small child was but also managed some fun times with her. She did enjoy playing with the horses from my Civil War Playset.
Next came a ten day visit of my daughters dog. Another break in the routine but one that gives plenty of opportunities for hiking.
A day at the beach offered some scenario inspiration.
Last of the big adventure was a seventy five mile ride around New York City. It was the last year for Transportation Alternatives NYC Century Ride. Always a fun ride I wasn't in shape for the whole event but squeezed out a good ride. It's fun to see the city from the seat of a bike and to take a more relaxed pace through some areas not usually seen.
While painting miniatures was not an activity I did much of I was able to get a few games in.
Flint & Feather
Lord of the Rings
A Gentleman's War Skirmish.
Chainmail Bikini in the Scottish Highlands.
I guess I lose points for turning this in late but hey it was fun and that's what counts in a Hobby.