At this past weekend’s living history event we had the good fortune to have all of our Soviet unit, Tretiy Vzvod, in attendance minus one. It’s the largest turnout we’ve had for a living history event, and it was really good for us to (almost) all be there and all be in our proper early war gear. Here we are posing in front of the Soviet T-34/85 tank that the museum parked next to our camp for us, that I got to ride on and Marc got to drive.
At an eastern front WWII event in Newville, Pennsylvania, a Soviet reenactor holds the strap of his rifle while Read More
So, some of you may know that I recently (as in, last fall) joined a new reenacting group made up Read More
A young WWII reenactor in a German uniform holds a panzerfaust, the predecessor to the rocket launcher, at a living Read More
I've been pretty insanely busy lately between work, freelancing, reenacting, exercising, and my burgeoning social life. As a result, my Read More
On the days I wasn't sick and rolling around in my hostel bunk, I did a lot of hiking in Read More
After Marc and Will and I got back from exploring Forest Haven on Saturday, we went back to Will and Read More