I have always had an interest in the old west from when I was a boy, from when we had loads of cowboy series on the tv, although looking back now and realising how inaccurate they were from their clothes to the way the spoke brings a smile.
An active member of the Laredo western club and a member of Open Range, an association for authentic western reenactors.
I am also a member of a group called The Seven Dials Rapscallions, we portray the poor side of Victorian England, circa 1845.
Re-enactment/Living History Periods:
My period is between the 1860-1890 more civillian than military, although my interest in the military is growing slightly.
The period when cowboys were in their heyday moving the cattle across the unspoilt open range.
Victorian England's underworld the poorer side of life during the early part of Queen Victoria's reign
Ah well,Christmas is all gone now so it is,Have ye done any more of the "puncture repairs" yet,I have heard a few stories around t'place regarding a ginger man that was well loaded,i'fn ye know what I mean like!A lot of t'ladies were a mite dissapointed after meeting yer,in d' flesh that is!But there y'go I'll catch yer at d'town sure'nuff!
Himself it is here, so it is! Begorrah, Stuart such good music on your page,I did not know you were "into" classical stuff! Git some o' dat green grass inter yer lugg'oles old pal and leave the "posh" stuff alone!You know you can't afford it!Is it true that they all call you "Vera" now?.lol.