Monthly Archives: August 2022

“Not So Over the Hill” (Season of Scenery)

A car again this time, and also a bit of a tribute to one of my musical heroes, the late lamented “Dusty Hill” of ZZ Top fame who we lost last year at the age of seventy two. Therefore when … Continue reading

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“Three Wheels on My Wagon” (Season of Scenery)

Cars count, Dave Stone said so, therefore I’m counting this toward my output for this years “Season of Scenery”. The other month I went to “Phalanx” wargames show, not because I really wanted anything but more just to get out, … Continue reading

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“Three Fin’s & One Done’in!” (Advent Challenge)

Advent challenge time again, and this time I’ve got one (or rather three) of the more, shall we say unusual things to “pop out” of one of the boxes on my calendar, in the shape of these “Shark fins” (feel … Continue reading

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“Slum’blocks of the Universe” (Season of Scenery)

Well I’ve got the “Slum’blocks” finished, and though it seemed to be taking ages to get them done, once I set about the painting it was relatively quick (and mostly painless). As with the other I’d done previously I used … Continue reading

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