Just before I took my week off, I received a large package in the mail from the one and only Troll. This was no ordinary package. It was over $11 to ship so that should give you some idea of it's size. I'm going to spend a post or five this week showing off some of the contents of the Troll's generous package.
One of the things the Troll will generally include is a flyer for his Bradentucky Bombers. If you didn't know the Troll was very into roller derby, then you haven't been paying attention.
That's a whole lot of badass ladies right there.
The lovely Bombers sent a request that I'd be hard pressed to ignore. For the duration of these Troll posts, I'll comply with their request and change the name of the blog to...Skate at the Plate. I hope that satisfies them because I'm too old to get my butt whipped by a bunch of hotties on wheels.
If any of you have received one of these packages from the Troll, you know he's an "Ace" of a blogger and trader.
Here are a couple of samples of the greatness the Troll included in this package.
There were too many Heritage cards to count. The thing is, I will count them and let you know a total, but rest assured, it was a lot.
It wouldn't be a Troll package without a generous helping of vintage and I was blown away by the number of vintage cards Marck included this time. I hope you enjoy seeing the contents of the package as much as I enjoyed receiving them.
Thanks for the package Marck!