Last week I got an email from the 100th Regiment Of Foot Historical Society. They asked if I would mind letting them use this photo for their newsletter. I took this on the grounds at the Museum of Civilization in May, when the museum was hosting activities for Norway's Constitution Day. The original post, if you missed it, is here. The Norwegian embassy had asked them to come in uniform; the 100th is a group of living history interpreters with an emphasis on the British military in the early 19th century. You can find more about them at this link. I replied back that they could feel free to do so, with my compliments. I don't recall telling them about the photoblog, so it was a surprise to hear back from them. And this past weekend, on Colonel By Day, I was down at the Bytown Museum, and lo and behold, they were among the various historical groups and organizations that were present by the Ottawa Locks.