Hello Gary, When I got here Gary was the only one to welcome me. And with that I got changed and headed to the pub. Not that I go there. Stopping me in my tracks was a girl who’s outline I vaguely recognised. About turn and we headed to the warmth of the house once more.
Tea was cooked, beer was procurred and an Alan turned up.
He was happy, he had grogg. He had lots of Grogg.
Out came a board game that I had not played before, a simple but strategic game that was right up my street skill wise.
This entertained Alan no end as I learned the rules and consequences of the moves.
This also meant I lost, and just as I was getting the hang of it, we weren’t going to play a third time. I so wanted to though.
Another game came out, I voted for Skyline 3000, and to keep me happy that is what we played.
I had some refreshment.
Alan was taking the game in his stride.
Zoe was out to win.
And as long as Alan was winning, that’s all that mattered.