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Tuesday, March 17, 2015


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Two brilliant shots of this event Janis and I agree the addition of an interpreter was an excellent idea, so much more interesting if you can understand the events as they happened along the way. I wonder if youngsters at school would learn more if this was part of the curriculum, did you ever find out if the poor man who fell off his horse was ok?
p.s. I have taken inside shots of cafe's here in Perth over the years, not lately though.. must amend this soon :)


Great shots. Yes!
That one fella looks to be still in his PJs though. hehehehehe

William Kendall

The uniforms definitely stand out.


That's cool. I went to one reenactment at the American Museum in Bath (England) once and loved it. Tried my luck near Fredericksburg on the Rapahannock, not so lucky, probably just a small one...

Oakland Daily Photo

I don't think I'd ever heard of reenactment groups until one 4th of July years ago in Washington D.C. Fantastic way to learn about and present history. Thanks for your comment. Hopefully you'll come and join us one day on Monday Mural.

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