Pictures of Lace Wars at Cliveden.

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Pictures of Lace Wars at Cliveden.

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Hi all,

Here are a few shots of both the British Army lads and the Jacobites at Clivenden. I really enjoyed myself and look forward to seeing you again!

Thank you very much for an excellent event and a fabolous weekend!

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Glad you got back OK after our bear hunting trip. How did you take pictures and go on the battlefield?

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Well... I've got split personalities. That's why. :lol:

No, I took the pictures in the two camps myself and Jason's bonnie wife was kind enough to take some pictures of us during the battle on Saturday.

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18 very nice pictures. And not a single one of me.

So when Liz says "prove you were away with Lace Wars and not with some floozy" what do I do? I can't say "well look at me in all these pictures".

And there was me hoping for a weekend pass to the Gunpowder Mills...

Still, as I say, nice pictures.

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Whereabouts were you lot then? I saw you march past a few times, but I can't remember seeing your camp!
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We were back along the track from the traders, past the loo's and in the open area with the path running through the camp. Can't miss us, lots of blokes in red or tartan. :wink:

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IMG 0213WTMK

See Jon, you can go to the Ball. :)
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Look at 'IMG 0230WTMK'.

There's a musket with legs next to Jon 'I need a weekend pass again' Stockle. Right where Mr 'ughes should be.

He's.................. vanished!!


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Mark P. wrote:IMG 0213WTMK

See Jon, you can go to the Ball. :)
Great, can I wear the ballgown again (or shall I just look like a pumpkin as usual?)
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Many good pictures there. The one where Pete is shot looks awsome. Thanks for sharing them!

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Henrik, you've made Finn happy by posting 2 pictures with him in, even if he is facing away from the camera. :roll:
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I'll have to ask people to pose for the camera next time. And perhaps get some shots of people after they've had a taste of "Doom". :lol:

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Must be slow...where's the wig gone?
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steve stanley wrote:Must be slow...where's the wig gone?
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far, far away. And under it's own steam to boot...!

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Jason would have been a great 'Doom' Candidate on the Sunday morning *Chuckle*
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Hmmmmmmm, and at Belton?

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steve stanley wrote:Must be slow...where's the wig gone?
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It was viciously killed by a grumpy bear during Tods "British Countryside Bear Safari" near Egypt. We were lucky to escape with our lives. :lol:

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Belton is old news now Tod..................
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You think..........................

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Was more of a 'hope' to be honest! :D
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Nice pics, 18th C dresses are so yummy!
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lidimy wrote:Nice pics, 18th C dresses are so yummy!
Yummy? Now you lot understand the problems I have with these muddy evils.
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Who you calling muddy evil? I'm getting me a pair of 'thenty 18th C stays soon.... 8)
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And stays most defiantly do not go with ketchup.

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