Saturday, April 9, 2011
This is the farthest south (19°26′N 99°8′W) that I have ever traveled and the most populated city (8,851,080 people) that I've ever been to. Just like every other city in Mexico that I've been too, the people are very friendly. I'm a little more weary about the food here, my coleagues have all gotten sick here from eating at some point in time. The air is also thin, because Mexico City is pretty high up for elevation (3,930 m).
I've just started my second and last week of being here, so I can't wait to see my girls. I hope to be able to find a couple of hours to my own while I'm here so that I can go out and see a little of the city.
I'll try to get my hands on a camera.
Anyway, bye for now
Monday, March 28, 2011
I painted a Seaforth Highlander of Canada bag piping soldier.
Thursday, March 24, 2011
I did quite a bit of net surfing to look for a Canadian Army approved camo pattern use on these vehicles during the second world war. Thanks to Armoured Acorn, I found what I needed to paint what I wanted. I tried to match the patterns as close to what was pictured, on the Armoured Acorn site, that these vehicles used during the time period of 1943.
Darcy thinks I did a good job.
All I have left to do is wait for the wash to dry and paint on the markings. This is a work in progress.