Posted by Doodlemum
Posted on July 27, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged camping, Doodlemum, reenactment. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.
MMMMMM…MEEEADDD!!! Lovely.. xxx
You doing some kind of Sveyn’s Ey pageant?
Aha! It was the Caerphilly Big Cheese festival. It’s help annually in the grounds of Caerphilly castle. Great fun.
Well Doodledude sure looks the part. The rest of you do too.
You all look fabulous in your outfits, but beware the potent mead. Last time I had a glass of it, it mysteriously made me take my bra off, through the sleeves of my dress, and wave it around my head, in front of a room full of people that I barely( ha ha) knew! It might be made of oney, but it’s not as innocent as you’d think – I keep my honey intake to toast, these days, much safer!
LOL! It is very good indeed, I was very restrained and just nattered non stop all night!
I’ve dressed my kids up and dragged them to US Civil War reenactments and you captured their looks of bewilderment perfectly. haha
My pleasure! They seemed to have enjoyed this weekend, it’s just a big adventure in history and they love it!
Some of our best memories are from those reenacting days. It’s good for kids to see adults still having fun and dressing up (and of course studying history). BTW, I really enjoy your doodles.
You certainly wouldn’t be out of place at the medieval festival in Chateaudun beginning July
It is,lots of different activities over a three day weekend,a tournament,medieval camps with demonstrations of cooking,sword fighting etc,etc. A lot of fun
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