A couple of months ago I realized I had spent almost no money over the previous year on my primary hobby, games, so I felt like it was OK to spend a little money I had saved up. I ordered a Wings of Glory WW1 Rules and Accessories Pack with a starter set of four airplanes. This would go with the two planes I bought about 18 months ago to use while playing with Aaron, who already had the rules and some planes.
I was excited when it all came in the mail, and happily read the rule book.
Not long after that, just a few weeks ago, my old friend Kelly posted on Facebook that he was going to sell his Wings of War (same thing as Wings of Glory, just an earlier edition) planes, and asked if any of his friends were interested. I jumped at that. I didn’t even know he had the game. He offered me a very good price, but even so, I told him it would be a little while before I had the money. He said that was no problem.
I requested that he just hold them until I could pay him for them, but shortly after that I came home from work to find a box from him on my front porch. He had gone ahead and mailed the planes to me, knowing that I would like to have them for a Veterans Day game I was planning. What a super nice thing to do! And I was thrilled to get them. I love them.
And to top that off, just a few days after that, one of my co-workers just gave me two more planes. He’d had them sitting on his desk, having bought them just to have models sitting in his cubicle, but had decided he wanted something larger. He knew I was into the game, so he handed them to me.
It has been a biplane bonanza.
This is a photo of all my Wings of Glory planes.
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