There were many craftsmen : basket maker, tailors, stonecutters, blacksmith, knife maker etc and also corset makers, lace maker, and cooks
I missed the storyteller, singers, dancers and musicians because it was just lunch time, but I saw bowling and cricket games.
They were all sitting around and enjoyed the meal from this time. As I didn't want to look to close into their plates, I saw that it was mostly roasted chicken, sausages and ham and potatoes.
The "restroom" was just behind the tables
The first tourists arrived, Dutch and English and a few Germans
The ladies in their costumes. Here you can see that it is only a reconstitution because the man had cleared the table and carried the plates to be washed. At that time a man would never had done this !
It was a very cheerful atmosphere
There were also 3 horses and from time to time somebody rode them around
the blacksmith at work
from a few cords by turning a thick rope was made
Inside the courtyard of the Hougoumont farm, your can see the chapel which had burnt during the battle.
All you can eat
and the memorial for the British soldiers who fought here under Wellington. The memorial was inaugurated by Prince Charles during the bicentenary of the battle in 2015.
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