I am home from my sisters trip to England. The whole trip was great but I had a chance to experience something really unique that I just have to share. The small town our friend Annie lives in is called Haworth. It is famous for 3 things; the wild and beautiful moors where it is situated, being the home of the Bronte sisters and it's annual 1940's week-end.
I have lovely photos of the moors and even photos of the church and graveyard where the Brontes are buried but best of all I have many wonderful photos and memories of being transported back in time to the England of WWII. The charm of it is how wonderfully everyone gets into the spirit of that time. People dress in everything from service uniforms to "land girls" ( the girls who were sent to the countryside to work on farms) to fancy ladies in fox stoles. Everything is authentic including nylons with seams, jeeps, posters and just about everything anyone has on.
Doesn't this gentleman look like the real thing.
Here are some smartly dressed ladies talking to a soldier.
Here are a few "land girls" enjoying a jitterbug at the town picnic.