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Wednesday, 22 February 2023
Long ago and far away…
A photo of a demonstration game at Claymore in Adam House , Edinburgh recently sent to me by a friend. I am in it and a familiar fellow blogger. The game was The battle of Winwick Pass 1648.
Can you provide names for faces?ReplyDelete
I can indeed. L to R -Delete
My regular opponent, my regular opponent , Me and a famous blogger.
That you in the grey shirt ?ReplyDelete
It is indeed, well spotted. The flag behind was painted by Jan and I still have it.ReplyDelete
A Blast from the Past and no mistake. Tried using the Zoom on image to read the name badges but I would need better technology - I can see it was Claymore - but you had already revealed that much!ReplyDelete
A blast from the past indeed!Delete
Good Lord! Looks like the two Phils got the memo about red shirts! I look just a little less grey in that picture than now. Making all those hedges still gives me nightmares. Thanks for posting this, Alan - happy memories! Best regards. PhilReplyDelete
Happy memories indeed. You were not hedging your bets with these comments Phil😂Delete
I've got "famous blogger" but assume that I might not know the other two gentlemen.ReplyDelete
You assume correctly Ronnie.Delete
NB I did type this before Phil's post popped up!ReplyDelete
We’ll believe you.ReplyDelete
I posted about this on the Pike and Shot forum because of their poster.ReplyDelete