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Wilsome, the fire eater. This guy was great and SO funny!

Sir Roderick!

Sirs William and Ian

Random Pirate show...pirates in the renaissance?

Unicorn...just have to say that, right?


We went to the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival yesterday. As usual, I forgot my camera. Of course, I was also planning, organizing and making sure everyone was getting ready, but luckily the engineer remembered his. So here are some images from the fun!

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Rosanne said…
I love RenFaires! They are so much fun. I wish I'd found them when I was younger so I could dress the part without looking too stupid. We are going next weekend to the one over on the other side of the state.
stregata said…
Looks fantastic - and as if you had some fun! We have medieval fairs here in the summer too and I love them!!
I remember the first time I saw members of The Society for Creative Anachronism, all dressed up in a county park, playing their roles. Believe it was well before the birth of the Renaissance Fairs, but maybe not. What a hoot.
Sharon said…
Thanks for sharing the great pics, and what a flame! Our RenFaire is every October and I'm looking forward to the jousts and ale!
Silver Parrot said…
And here I thought that fire picture was going to be you making more beads ;-) Great shots - thanks for sharing!

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