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Le Grande Caroussel de Saumur

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These re-enactment photos come to us from John Osslaer. Please enjoy.
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About the Author

About John Osselaer (John_O)
FROM: OOST-VLAANDEREN, BELGIUM

I used to make scale models as a kid, but that stopped around the age of sixteen. My interest in military history remained though and it had been itching for a long time when I bought my first kit in about fifteen years while we were in the Ardennes on holiday. Modelling goes really slow because I'm...


Comments

Hi Keith Just a nitpicking remark from a Frenchman : it should be "Le Grand Carroussel". I know, I know, French is much more complicated than English... Frenchy
JUN 16, 2010 - 09:26 AM
So does that make it male or female as that is all I can remember from my days of taking French at school.
JUN 16, 2010 - 10:16 AM
Nice photos. Thanks for posting them.
JUN 16, 2010 - 02:11 PM
Oops, me bad! And French is my second language, blush, blush. I want to apologize to the Armorama staff for totally forgetting about the article that should have joined these. At times I can be soooo terribly distracted.... John
JUN 16, 2010 - 09:38 PM
Cool photos, great shots, nice and clear. Looks like it would have been fun to be there.
JUN 17, 2010 - 01:37 AM
Yes, it was pretty cool, but it all goes a bit fast. Vehicles enter one side of the arena, drive up, stop for a minute and drive off at the other side of the arena. This was from last year's Caroussel, the next one is already wihtin a month. J
JUN 17, 2010 - 04:00 AM