Here are some of the aforementioned shots from the NY Renaissance Festival in Tuxedo, NY.
When we pulled in to the lot, we saw this oddly creepy dish. The set up of the area suggested that it may have once served as a small airport, but my friends and I had no idea what the dilapidated structure was used for.
It wouldn’t be a day at the Renaissance Festival without a huge turkey leg. My friend Victor poses with a drumstick of the cooked dinosaur descendant.
“All I said was the earth goes around the sun…” My friend Tim, to the right, was locked up for taking a few too many hits off his flagon of mead and making a spectacle of himself.
The loathsome Sheriff of Nottingham, victim of a vicious pie-fight.
An evil witch takes control of a “pawn” during a rather unorthodox human chess game.
Robin Hood strikes a pose.
Observing the joust from atop a rock, sporting my spiffy new Skulls Unlimited t-shirt.
Tim being fawned over by the Singing Wenches. Never have I heard so many bawdy rhymes (well, other than some of the hip hop blasting out of souped-up Honda Civics along College Ave.)
Sunset, taken from the passenger seat of Victor’s car as we drove along the Pulaski Skyway just outside of Hoboken.
And for no reason, here are my cats Charlotte (the ‘lil black one) and Beatrice (the larger one, and she still needs a good home…).