Archive for the Galleries Category
Occuring as usual during the last week of January, this year’s FIG event was a particularly cold one. Once again, Linda and I joined the folks at the German hospital to assist with the living history. I am not sure what the standing temperatures were for the weekend, but the wind chill was impressive. To […]
Things have been slow on the blog for the last month or so, due to real-life job responsibilities and a lack of events to cover. Hopefully that will be changing now.Â With FIG over, the reenacting season is starting to crank up.Â Here are some events coming up in the next couple of months: February […]
January 25th through the 28th saw me once again trekking up to Fort Indiantown Gap for the annual Battle of the Bulge reenactment/ living history extravaganza/militaria vendor mall. As usual, it was a large affair with a lot of activities for the WWII living historian. This year, for the first time, I got there on […]
The title says it all. March 20-21 was a great weekend for the annual Military Through the Ages event at Jamestown Settlement. Despite having been out at Newville the previous week and dreading the 7-hour drive, I still felt compelled to attend. I’m glad I did. This was even better than last year. I don’t […]
For a real living history experience, it would be hard to beat the Tank Farm event.Â RKKA reenactors usually don’t get to play with the big toys, like the Fritzes and the G.I.s. Here we not only got to be tank riders on a real T-34, but we had another one as the backdrop for […]
Photos from the Military Through The Ages event in Jamestown, VA (March 21-22, 2009).
Various and sundry pictures from reenactments and living history events.
Some photos from the Fort Indiantown Gap Battle of the Bulge weekend.
Our first collection of images. Take a look and let us know what you think!