What a strange season as it relates to the weather! High winds and clouds of dust on Saturday and a bit of a monsoon Sunday morning wreaked havoc with the vendor tents and threw a minor monkey wrench into some of the plans, nothing that could not be overcome however.
Shoreline Events Ltd are pleased to announce that the company has signed to run their first event in North America.
The event will take place over the weekend of September 20/21 2014 and will be hosted at Flag Raiders Paintball near Kitchener, Ontario, approximately 1 hour from Toronto.
Saturday 1st December
So… Here we are again reporting (HA!) for the mighty Catshack Reports. This time we were not hunkering down beside some paint covered bunkers, up to our knees in paintballs and trying to duck paint as we try to take photographs. This time we are dressed as the antithesis of a paintballer. We are in smart formal wear, shirt and tie and ballgown (not me you understand .. I don’t wear the dresses…) So what gives?
Shoreline Paintball of the UK have a reputation for securing amazing venues for their paintball games. Deserted islands in the Adriatic Ocean, abandoned chemical factories, Napoleonic Forts, Military training towns etc…………but this time they have pulled off the most audacious yet. An ancient Citadel on the Belgian border built by Charles 5th and fought over in every major European conflict in the past 500 years.
Following the direct flight from Toronto to London, England’s “Gatwick” airport, the Shoreline Rangers very own Scarlett Rose swooped in to collect the Cat and the Fox. We were quickly whisked along narrow winding roads witnessing the olde English countryside and its quiet villages, passing by quaint English cottages and Manor houses through Sussex to arrive at the campground where we would spend the next three days.