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Harlech Medieval Society - Beeston Castle

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Unfortunately due to the heat I was very lazy and only took a few while lying down enjoying the sun. Was glad not to be in armour in that heat
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Lovely pics - thanks for sharing !
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You've really captured the action there Darkmere. Nice one 8) 8) 8)

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Cooking ourselves at Beeston Castle

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Some brilliant photo's there Darkmere. Yes it was very hot but a good weekend was had by all us Harlech bods & the 2,000 people through the gates.

Took a while to recover - for some reason trying to re-hydrate yourself with cider around the camp fire on a night doesn't work!

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Its good to see Harlech still going strong.

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The last but one pic looks like it might of hurt someones lil finger....
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Quite :shock: Hope it was just the camera angle

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Glorfindle wrote:The last but one pic looks like it might of hurt someones lil finger....
must have been mad cos the horse trod on him :lol:

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Urgh, the earlier middle ages look so...medieval.
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Urgh, the earlier middle ages look so...medieval.
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Cracking images mate!
(My interest runs out at the end of the 13th Century, soon as plate & black-powder take off... so do I) :wink:
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