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Ssssshhhhh!

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It's always far too quiet on the 1810-1900 forum, so start off with this, who are you and what group are you with?
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who. me. group acws :twisted: :twisted:

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Who let you in here, I thought there was only Nigel & I, go away or I'll have to get my imaginery friend to beat up your imaginery friend AGAIN! and you know how messily that ended up last time.

Hi Timmikins!!!!!
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Hi

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Hi lonely :twisted:

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Poly - you missed a good weekend at Gunpowder Mills, we only lost Tim in the long Thistles a couple of times, but it was his own fault for chasing the Dear with a step ladder, it's the only problem with events that have no sheep for him :twisted: :twisted: :lol:
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Hi,
thought I'd say hello, so hello

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Helzbelz wrote:who are you and what group are you with?
Well this weekend I will be mostly being....

Pvt. Adam Walsh

2coy, 1st Bt, 68th Durham Regiment of Light Infantry (1814)

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Johnny Crow,Lonestar UK,1st Lt C company 3rd US cavalry.
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thought I would say hi.. this is the period I am most comfoirtable in although it is not the period we trade under... I am hoping that I can do some victorian trading at a multi period event next year
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Thought I'd actually say hello to everyone. I agree with Helzbelz its way too quiet in this part even if it is all new and theres only 2 posts lol.

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I'm Ptv Simon Walsh. The better of the Walsh brothers and I'm surprisingly in the 68th light infantry to. However my main interest is thwarting Adam's evil plans. :)

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Simon, was that you lot we drove past going into the pub after Belvoir?

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Yes that was us, we waved. Could you not tell when you see a load of dirty Geordie's in the street.

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Lol, well i kinda guessed it was you, just wanted to check. How long does it take you to get home from there? Didnt you get home really late?

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We got home late don't know what time but we did stop at a pub and then a service station. How about you? Isn't kent just around the corner from ther :) ?

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Lol, i wish it was.... I dont actually know how long it took, i fell asleep after an hour of driving, I know we stopped off at a petrol station at some point though. I think we got home at about 9:30 though, which is pretty good really lol.

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Yes, I always look at a livinghistory forum when I want to play poker!

Hey Spamhead, dont you know all re-enactors are skint anyway?
There's not much call to gamble away whats left!

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I,m with the Lonestar western living history and re-enactment team,the new 3rd US cavalry,and associate member of the Arizona Rangers UK

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I'll give you a shout when them Injuns invade Chatham.

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how do you know they havn,t already invaded ;)
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I'm Hot Kettle Alice, school teacher at Laredo Western Town in Kent, circa 1884

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hello Alice :) glad you came aboard
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Post by frances »

It is still rather quiet here, isn't it?

Did you know that Victorian clothing now comes into the Textiles GCSE course? I recently gave a demonstration of Victorian clothing to a group of girls - who were also rather quiet. Hmmm.

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27th regiment of foot

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next year i'll be doing 27th Regiment of Foot (Inniskilling) as well as other periods i do,a group of us have got together to form the Regiment,at the moment though we'll be affiliated to the 9th and part of the NA we're looking to recruit too if anyone is interested in joining the 27th Regiment.
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johnny crow wrote:next year i'll be doing 27th Regiment of Foot (Inniskilling) as well as other periods i do,a group of us have got together to form the Regiment,at the moment though we'll be affiliated to the 9th and part of the NA we're looking to recruit too if anyone is interested in joining the 27th Regiment.
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we wondered if you had Tash ;) we're kitting out with uniforms as we speak :P

we're also getting plenty of help from everybody to set up.
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johnny crow wrote:we wondered if you had Tash ;) we're kitting out with uniforms as we speak :P

we're also geeting plenty of help from everybody to set up.
Excellent! I shall start on my sewing a more updated wardrobe as soon as the season ends, hurrah!!! No more thick woolen bodices!!!!! :P
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so what kind of bodice will we see then Tash if not a woollen one :P
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johnny crow wrote:so what kind of bodice will we see then Tash if not a woollen one :P
Listen you! I have spent enough time as a lowly wench in the 18thc. This time I shall have a slightly more updated wardrobe, I make decent enough money reading bedtime stories you know? 8)

(as any onlookers can see, we are mad, if you are slightly on the wrong side of the sanity line,you will fit right in, come and join us!!!! :twisted: )
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so it would be nice to see you looking somewhat tastier looking then Tash? :P 8)
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