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08 September 2009 @ 08:30 am
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TCEP was fun; I got a chance at a few games the regular group ussually doesn't have time for (notably RoboRally) along with some favorites (Kingsburg went over particularly well).



The one downside is that I apparently left my copy of Ticket to Ride Nordic Countries/Switzerland behind; someone at the dead dog mentioned that it was one of the ones that were left on a table after the con. (I would have sworn there was no way something that big could be missing from my bags, but apparently they just didn't pack as tightly on the return trip.) Identifying features to find out for sure and arrange a return if it's my set:

1. Nordic Countries/Switzerland in one box.
2. Extra Switzerland card set (replacement for first-printing cards).
3. Snack bags for pieces/cards.

EDIT: The folks who picked up the lost-and-found stuff at the con confirm that they have it; now it's just a matter of arranging a mutually convenient pickup.
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The flame still burns...psywildfire on September 8th, 2009 12:49 pm (UTC)
Yep, I was there when we found that. Brian currently has it and will be giving it to Craig at a later date.

I'd contact either one of them.

-WF
Steve Brinich: Jillian Writingstevemb on September 8th, 2009 01:29 pm (UTC)
I don't have their contact info; the closest contact point I had was grayhawkfh (I sent him a message with a request to forward.)

I suppose I should also post to tcep.
The flame still burns...psywildfire on September 8th, 2009 12:49 pm (UTC)
Incidentally, you didn't happen to leave a copy of Agricola, did you?

-WF
Steve Brinichstevemb on September 8th, 2009 01:24 pm (UTC)
Nope; I don't own Agricola. (The fact that the two were next to each other and apparently part of the same group is another reason I didn't make the connection.)
Steve Brinich: Angela Grinstevemb on September 8th, 2009 06:00 pm (UTC)
Found
I got a reply on my tcep post -- the found copy matches my missing one; now I just need to find a convenient opportunity to pick it up.