Do you think he gave any thought to whether or not others would find those pieces important long after he was gone?
Read about this. Tres cool. And I think the FFs knew that most of their actions would be scrutinized. Not sure about their playthings. Probably, somewhere deep, they knew about it.
Chudney, I see Scott's following comment and pretty much agree with that thought.Scott, I was there during the reconstruction at Montpelier and if you haven't I bet you would enjoy visiting. Marvelous experience.Leah, Or tres cool as hip youngsters like Scott D say.
That's why I'm holding on to all of my old 25mm lead figures that massed on the tabletop during my glory days of Dungeons and Dragons: for posterity's sake.
Yeah, I wish I had held onto my 1970s Star Wars figures.
Thanks for "digging this up." There's a part of me that wants to time travel, and the idea of quietly observing a chess match between these two Virginians is downright appealing.
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Ron, Stopping between 1770-1800 has always been on my list of time stops.
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