The Fed at Windsor 2008

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All pictures taken on Saturday...

There are none of the fighting, because I was in there scrapping.
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And the noisy boys and girls...
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She wasn't badly hurt...
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And some different pointy-sticking for a change...
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The Wooodvilles vs Cavalry
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Woodvilles vs Cavalry 2
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First engagement, First Sunday Battle
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Last Engagement, First Sunday Battle
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The Hussites wait to advance
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Very good, chaps. I particularly like the atmosphere of the first (Graham's) pic of the Woodvilles versus the cav.

Jaki was very stiff and bruised from her fall, but rode in the skill at arms the next day...and won. Again. (Bucket still claims he 'wuz robbed'!) :D
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grahamp wrote:The Wooodvilles vs Cavalry
Why is the woodie at the back facing the wrong way :P

grahamp wrote:The Hussites wait to advance
No we were waiting FOR an advance. It's the mercenary way :D
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Well it was a good picture of the Comany of Tabor, but then someone just had to let Craig in to spoil it. :roll:
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Cat wrote:(Bucket still claims he 'wuz robbed'!) :D


He was robbed.......!!!!

He was the only one who showed extension and "grrr-arghh".

Loved your commentary by the way :D
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Soooo wanted to be there but alas, seems i missed another good one.
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