Medieval Festival of Courage 2015 

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Darran Wardle of the Rogue Mounted Archers from Eagle Point, Oregon, led off the target-shooting action at the Medieval Festival of Courage in Blue Lake on a windy Saturday, Oct. 3.
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Serena Lynn of the Rogue Mounted Archers from Eagle Point, Oregon, displayed her archery skills shooting at a target on top of a tall pole.
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Spectators found themselves choking on the dust stirred up by the horses of the Rogue Mounted Archers as the arena action began at the Medieval Festival of Courage. Thankfully, a water truck showed up to settle the dust.
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A very small knight in armor (Zion Masada, 5, of McKinleyville) watched the Rogue Mounted Archers.
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Serena Lynn of the Rogue Mounted Archers from Eagle Point, Oregon, displayed her archery skills shooting at a target.
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The action was continuous at the foam sword-play arena for children.
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Spectators and horseback riders were greatly relieved when a water truck showed up to settle the dust in the arena.
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Julie Vinum, of Blue Lake, waited with her "unicorn," Gracie, to begin the Blue Lake Saddle Club's rides for children. It was the first year for the club's petting zoo and horseback ride fundraiser at the Medieval Festival of Courage.
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Mayhem naturally followed as the Knights of Mayhem began jousting. Remnants of the lance of Charlie Andrews fly after contact with Zach Young's shield. The lances have soft-wood tips designed to shatter on contact for use in their medieval fair demonstrations and competitions.
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Charlie Andrews (left) and Zach Young level their lances prior to contact during the Knights of Mayhem's jousting.
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Street juggler Foxy Brown, from Arcata, joined the medieval village's street performers.
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McKenzie Dibble, of Arcata, braved the gusty winds during her Humboldt Aerial Performance on aerial silks.
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McKenzie Dibble, of Arcata, was challenged by the gusty winds during her Humboldt Aerial Performance on aerial silks..
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Cory O'Neale (right), of Eureka, provided some supervision and instruction in the foam sword-play arena for children at the Medieval Festival of Courage.
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Mark Larson
Darran Wardle of the Rogue Mounted Archers from Eagle Point, Oregon, led off the target-shooting action at the Medieval Festival of Courage in Blue Lake on a windy Saturday, Oct. 3.

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