Heath and I traveled to the Great Lakes Medieval Faire this weekend to partake in some 13th century distractions. There were jousts, falconry and dirty limericks a plenty. Unfortunately, this year there was no abundance of Mead or other adult beverages - the city council gave the event coordinators too much hassle to allow alcohol to be sold. All other aspects of the Faire were nice - the atmosphere was congenial and there was quite the selection of performances, exhibits and vendors. For being a small RenFaire, they do a credible job and it's well worth the $20.00 entry fee for several hours of entertainment. I, of course, dress the part while Heath... umm, he wore a fancy hat; I just can't seem to get him into those fancy pants and floppy shirts. :-D
I must commend Dennis over at Dragon Leatherworks for his addition to our outfits. His pistol pouches blended in perfectly - keeping us safe, unencumbered and in character. I'd recommend it to anyone who plans on carrying while becoming a lord, lady, fop or wench for a day.