Re: 1812 Re: Grand Tactical
One of my members runs a production company out of Richmond VA called
LionHeart FilmWorks (www.lionheart-filmworks.com). He's produced a
couple of event DVDs for Revolutionary War events that I've
coordinated and may be willing to branch out into War of 1812. I'd
let Colonel Abolt negotiate the letter of agreement if he's so
inclined...he has skill telling people how the cabbage will be chewed.
12th United States Infantry Regiment
On May 1, 2008, at 7:21 AM, Chris Kimball wrote:
> Now what really would be nice was if there was a crew to film us and
> offer a video dvd of the event afterwards. This looks like an event
> that I will want to remember for a long time, but will be unable to
> whip out my small digital unless in hiding.
> Chris from the God-forsaken Florida territory.
- On behalf of the British Indian Dept. I would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to all
the volunteers and staff of Fanshawe village for all their hard work.
Thanks to the commanders on both ends of the field for keeping things running smoothly.
Thanks to Andre and the crew of the Nancy for allowing us the chance to dance, and last
but not least, my boys, who dance very well.
p.s. would someone please return our cannon?
Roy Winders, Capt. B.I.D.
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