|ASLOK on the first Saturday morning. As many as 30 people would actually show up for the first day.
|Early arrivals David Goldman (Chicago) and Peter Struif (Canada by way of Netherlands) get their game on. This was only David’s preliminary nest; he would later set up a far more comprehensive nest.
|Some more Saturday gaming. Visible are Will Willow and Jeff Waldron.
|Some of the trademark signs that “Wild Bill” Hayward is in the room.
|The ASL fitting room. Mark Humphries gets fitted for a t-shirt by Helen Doary of Battleschool fame.
|An elaborate display case showing some of the latest custom precision dice being offered for sale by Battleschool.
|Chris Doary of Battleschool fame prepares to take on Mike Faulkner of Schwerpunkt fame. Notice that Chris is one of the nesters.
|The famed ASLOKer mumble cough mumble looking over his cardboard domain.
|Dutch ASLer Hennie van der Salm and Ohio ASLer Stan Jackson do battle.
|Hennie’s counter-covered dice tower.
|One ASLer–I don’t know his name–magnetized his entire counterset.
|Washington ASLer Rich Jenulis. The bastard would beat me later in the week.
|ASL bumper stickers offered by Michigan ASLer Joe Steadman.
|The aforementioned Joe Steadman (right) surveying the cardboard carnage created by Peter Struif.