The Bradshaw family came all the way from Tennessee to be subjected to staring into the sun to satisfy a pesky photographer. The monogrammed tartan looks fantastic on all of them, and the guys wore the kilts and plaids well.
The always-adorable Sanford girls busy imitating stained glass.
Karen and Lily keeping the troops busy at Bag End. The participants hand-sewed their own drawstring pouches in which to store their valuables. Except for the bit of tartan on the small cape Karen has on her shoulders, our family returned to our German costumes from last year. It was funny how many people recognized us as the "poster family." Hmmm, I never thought we'd be a poster family for anything...
Over at the battlefield, the crowd assembles to see the Scots advance on the Brits, while a mysterious piper wanders the field with his instrument of war.
The Scots assemble complete with spiked shields and broadswords.
The warriors charge with gusto!
The English are engaged and proceed to hold off the Scots with their spears and arrows.
The second wave of Scots is sent in. Is that a cowboy hat I see?
Whoa, this field is long... are we there yet?