This is getting really tiring.
|Jeff DeYoung and, I think, Larry Zoet, played a big Kampfgruppe Scherer/Cholm scenario
|Veteran ASLer Gary Mei (left), his first ASLOK; on right, Brian Wiersma, if I have judged his profile correctly
|Part of the gaming room mid-week, getting more crowded. Geeks in their natural habitat.
|Paul Siddhu on right, I think.
|Andrea Pagni on left, Italian ASLer making his ASLOK debut. Also gave me a very bad dicing. Naughty boy.
|ASLOK main room later in week. All the tables are full. My nest is the first one on the left, with the chair astray
|Ray Vernon (?) on left and Stan Jackson on right, playing One-Log Bridge.
|Al Kirkpatrick on right, a nice guy who has playtested for me
|Rod Callen on right, a frequent opponent of mine, and Swedish ASLer Klas Malmstrom on the left, manfully trying to obey the command “smile for the camera,” but it is not easy for Swedes.
|Just some more ASL action
|Playing Brian Brown in a Friendly Fire Dutch-Japanese scenario.
|The famous P. J. Norton, playing Kamikaze Gorge while sitting in Raaco Gorge
|Row of gamers late in the week.
|DASL: never was so much space devoted to so few counters
|Bob Callen, cousin to Rod, on left. Mumble mumble on right.
|The Pitcavage Nest, in all its glory
|Last look at main gaming area, probably second Saturday morning