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Sunday, 3 July 2011

Our Annual Winter Solstice Masquerade Party.

Unfortunately some members were not able to make it this year, but a good time was had by those who did attend. We had a spit roast as well as other goodies, & Friend Girty brought along some home brew! Which was GREAT!!!
It was too dark for a video, & there should have been more photos but someone forgot to take them. Still we do have some which I will share with you here.






I had not thought to bring down the 18th century griddle plate from Elm Cottage, so we had to take the spit roast into our kitchen to cut it off the wooden spit!









2 comments:

An Historical Lady said...

YUM!!!! My mouth is watering! Looks like grand fun~
Mary
http://anhistoricallady.blogspot.com

Le Loup said...

Well I enjoyed it Mary, it is one of the rare occasions that I get to meet people & socialise living in the woods.