While we were setting up on Friday evening, our commander quipped at the Royal Irish Artillery that they had parked a cannon in his space. They promptly surrounded his truck with more guns.
We had music on Saturday, and our musician attracted a wandering fiddler (right)!
I worked on sewing my new stays while listening to music.
The King's Rangers and the 10th Regiment of Foot made an impressive sight.
Colonel O'Shaughnessey commanded the Americans that they hand over the town to the King.
Our commander watches as the 10th prepares to fire the King's salute!
The women of the King's Rangers learned to fire muskets.
The Royal Irish also let me fire their cannon!