39530Re: 1812 Waterloo 2015
- Feb 21, 2009--- In WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com, "Kevin Windsor" <kevin.windsor@...>
>Good points, Kevin. I honestly don't have a clue how big it would be
> Do you really think it will be big Jim? Many re-enactors I talk to like
> events because they are a re-enactment of a real battle on a real
> battlefield and some won't go to fabricated events.
> For me the real selling point of going to Waterloo isn't re-enacting the
> battle. It is being THERE.
if a clone event was staged somewhere in North America. I don't know
how many "locals" (if you call anywhere in the US and Canada "local")
plan on going to Waterloo all on their own, or with their own group.
If Michael and Tim Pickles and Benton Jennings and the Highlanders
"and x" "and y" "and z" all intend on going to the "real show" and
this is known already, this would certainly make a North American
event less viable.
And I agree about being THERE.
I guess I'm curious to know if any of this has been SERIOUSLY looked
at and investigated reasonably thoroughly. The opinions expressed to
this group in the past few days (including, of course, mine) have all
struck me as rather "off the cuff" - and I'm not speaking about
facings... OUCH! ;>0
"Owns a Baker, wants to shoot some of the Emperor's minions with it..."
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