As We Go Through Our Daily
There Are Threads That
They Follow Us Along
Walk Through Time
Le Guild Du Ste. Brigid
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" Sir James Alexander McKensie MacLean"
This page will be evolving.
It will feature family,friends and beasts.
Where it will lead I do not know, but we will have fun getting there.
Aye Coom sit by aur fire. Share soom meat.
Share soom wine. Let us taulk of good thin's
aund Old Times.
Of battles long gone
and futures unmet.
One of our favorite things to do at faire is to keep an eye oot for the "Dragons" for they be just "oer the hill"
Aye but in past years we had the means to
deal with Dragons
One of the fine people that crossed our path.
It is an honor to grasp the hand of
our Highlander friend
He will always keep our camp clear of
Aye und the picture to Ye right ,
Ye muust Keep Yuer ey oot for the
man in black. For he be the King's
what so eer the King needs he will
take care of !!!
Aye if Ye see any of these people, beware
for there steel is sharp!!!
Aye but the one in the middle, it won't hurt him nary a wee bit to take his head.
Hail & Well Met
Memorial Day 2002
Wentzville Ren Faire
Sir James Alexander- me right
Monsieur Renault --John
Standing guard over the empty chair during the noon joust. This chair represents all warriors that are with us no more!
Lady Faellyn, the Mistress of our Scottish camp
James Ian, my nephew during faire
both on the way to the Scotts camp from the front gate.
Aye a treaty is struck between the Clan MacFarlane, with our
Sir Duncan on the left, and
the Head of the Clan Dramoore.
Aye what would we all be without religion ?
Our beloved Cardinal
Aye careful what Ye say!!!!
The Kings Justice
Monsieur Renault is alive and well.
The Royal court cheers
during the joust.
Sir James--- Me
Worn out for the day
trying to keep up with
all the duties from
being a Sergeant at Arms
His Majesty and Rickles
Showing all how to have a good time at the
All in a day at the Faire
Dragon Fire from Art Bells web site
Hail from a few of us of "Le Guild Du Ste. Brigid"
As Lady Faellyn will tell Ye
" Sae Lang as thar be Dragons in our
Magic be a relative term"