This is my first chance to relax since breakfast and possibly the quick lunch I had. Saturday is the RenFaire and there's a lot to do. I probably won't be posting or even commenting much this week. But in the few minutes I have now, here are some of my favorite shots from years past:
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Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Busy little squire
Me and Rosa 2017, when she was crowned Queen.
The infamous stocks, equipped as you see with a slapper and run by our neighbor the Lady Marta. The axe is for more serious offenses.
The 2019 incarnation of the Azurton-Ochershire Museum.
I'd also like to say that in keeping with Mrs. Fever's September Song thing, I have been working along with a lot of music in my head, and one favorite (among many) of mine is the collection of Dances from Terpsichore by Michael Praetorius. And here's the little dingy-thingy to show my support:
Although when I think of the scene below, I can't help but hear Richard Wagner's Siegfried's Funeral March from Gotterdammerung (damn you Boorman!):