So, I've posted some pictures here of the event this weekend. These are from the British camp. There were several camps: one for the British, another for the French, one for the Native Americans siding with the French, a marketplace, and a docking area.
This first picture here is of a tepee. One of the things I was looking out for here was the depiction of Native Americans. They were a pivotal part of the French and Indian War, and I was wary of how they might be depicted. The problem is I don't really know much about Native culture, so it's hard for me to judge how good or bad it was. This seemed alright to me.
This is a picture of the first people I talked to. My friends and I weren't sure if we could take pictures or not, so I asked a "local." Turns out that it's considered weird not to take pictures, and that you don't have to ask reenacters, because they expect it. The young woman here was nice enough to explain to me that she was a loose woman, and that her clothes were very close to what people back then would have considered being naked. As I talked to others, I could tell that people loved this and that they were passionate about history, but also interested in having fun. Everyone was very friendly
As always, there are some more photos over at my Flickr site, if you want to see more.