These images are of the Sealed Knot Living History Camp. The little photos below are links to larger renderings for your delectation and edification.
|Castle grounds, as seen from the castle's top
Commanding officer's area with his tent and armor
|Scottish soldier's cooking area and shelter. Note the simple grave in the background, right.
It keeps the rain off, and there was plenty.
|Yes, those are dead animals hanging in the shelter. The deer was feasted upon Saturday night and the bunnies eaten whenever.
A pikeman's pot can literally become a pot.
|A different sort of helmet. It was made of leather with iron bands encompassing the crown, radiating from the center.
Regiment of musketeers from Memmingen, Germany. The breeches were hard to ignore. They brought with them much beer and gemütlichkeit.
Soaking reeds in preparation for making baskets.
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