We saw a Traveling Leech box:
A couple of funny signs:
There were camps and soldiers:
But by far the best thing was that which was most hilarious - they built a wooden officers cabin to depict a typical winter quarters type setting, and since it was too cold for real horses (coldest in 50 years - mid-20's most of the weekend for lows - and many slept in tents!) they had to tether up a bunch of carved wooden play horses. We laughed and laughed and laughed...
Notice the one little stuffed horse hanging by his neck!
I would post a picture of the guns firing and smoke laced battlefield - but it was "fricking freezing, Mr. Bigglesworth" and after sitting on the bleachers for about 30 minutes while eating lunch in the 20 mph North wind that created a wind chill in the 30's to the point that we lost feeling in our hands and my contact lenses felt permanently melded to my frozen eyeballs... we left and went home! (It's ok, we've seen the battle every year the last three years and I've seen many prior to that...)