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One day

Well tomorrow is the big day…. I’ve gotta call the hospital early and find out what the battle plan is. Ahhh!! You’d think that I’d be good at battle by now. 293 more words


A New Outlook on Life

As I’m sure everyone has guessed by now, I have a particular fondness for my Red Wyandotte chicks. This sweet little one was apparently incredibly stressed and is thankfully one of our survivors. 1,474 more words

9. Fortnight forfeit

Greetings all!

We made it safely to Prague to begin our adventures as a part of battle of the nations, first day consisted of getting to our apartment and getting our heavy armour laden packs up three flights of stairs because the lift was broken (the lift is always broken) our estate agent kindly helped us up the stairs with the packs to be fair. 1,174 more words


Making Historical replicas: The Frog Purse (or: Leggy Egg)

This is post about a year old project which was fantastic fun, but which I am only just getting around to blogging about!

I cannot recall when I first saw a frog purse on the historical makers blogosphere, but it seemed they were everywhere. 679 more words

Do Shoot The Piano Player

Recent footage of a medieval re-enactor at a Russian event using a spear to down a photographic drone has surfaced on my Facebook page. I am afraid I was not at all sympathetic to the owner of the drone. 263 more words


A viking tool chest

Archaeology and history were two of my first loves. From the age of eight and onwards I studied everything I could find on the prehistorical cultures, ancient Egyptians, Romans, Vikings and local history. 189 more words


Echoes of my Neighbourhood: English Civil War Re-enactment

This post is for Jacqueline’s Echoes of my Neighbourhood, a photography challenge that asks you to share a selection of photographs from around your neighbourhood. 158 more words