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  1. These are the nearly completed (1st three booths) of my farmers market & renaissance fair (RPG) tabletop game board,,,pictured are; 1. Beer booth (The Tin Tankard) 2. Potions/Lotions/Candles/Incense/Herbs booth (Unnamed as yet) 3. Rugs & Fabrics booth (Shags & Rags) All that is left to do is add specific signs & standards. I know that you have grown tired of seeing postings this project in the works...so this is the last posting of these booths until I start working on the board they will be mounted on. I am open to suggestions for the naming of (booth # 2)
  2. Hi Darsc Zacal! I have started construction on the (Open Air - Farmers Market & Renaissance Fair) shire game board for my (RPG) tabletop game. These are booths #1 & #2...so this is my project for the month of May. Maybe a bit longer (since at my age, I don't work as fast as I used to)! There will be around (8) such booths of varied designs (all about the same size - scale wise being about 9'x4'). All are scratch built using (Camino & Superior) scale lumber (hard wood/not balsa). The most difficult part for all the booths will be the filling of the booths with the proper items for t
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