No exactly an 18th century Prussian, Austrian, or Reichsarmee supply train, but. . .
While I have no figure painting planned for this evening, tonight's the night when I'll sit down to order the eight or so wagons, carts, and teams I've decided on for my generic 18th century supply train from Old Glory/Blue Moon here in the United States. I'll also inquire about and/or order a few extra things from Der Alte Fritz over at Fife & Drum Miniatures to round out the pontoon train given to me this past Christmas by the Grand Duchess and Young Master. Ordering things is almost as much fun as receiving, painting, completing, and later playing with them you know. Of course, we try to resist materialism and not be shopaholics or hoarders, but when it comes to occasional new figures and books, the pull is awfully hard to resist.
And now that I think of it, the fact that I'm building the supply and pontoon trains means that, sooner or later, I'll have to add gun limbers and horse teams with maybe a few caissons at some point. You see what I mean? It's a slippery slope indeed.
There! I've done it! Old Glory and Blue Moon wagons and teams ordered, and Fife&Drum and Minden items ordered and one question posed to Der Alte Fritz. That was satisfying. I can now go about family business and supper this evening with a much clearer mind and free heart, happy in the life I have chosen. ;-)