Turnout today was so massive that we had to break the crew down into four sections, so three other stalls were set up in other parts of the city. This is the main one at Waterloo Place, with about three-quarters of our activists pictured - the rest were too busy handing out leaflets to even think about stopping for a photograph.
Meet half the crew who were sent off to Leith to set up their stall there.
Here is the other half of the Leith crew who went off to grab tables for everyone at pub o'clock time
About half the team then made their weary way to the pub to have their photograph taken and get a few pints down their necks when the bevvying hour arrived.
The reaction on the street was fantastic. A few Federasts came up to us and said that campaigning was supposed to be suspended, but we told 'em quite simply that the suspension was lifted as of today. So they became shouty and we just laughed and eventually they took their hooks, and life went on as normal.
The ordinary people of Edinburgh, the ones who speak with the local accent, and go drinking in the same places that we do, amazed us with their enthusiasm. Now we are getting the Yes voters from 2014 coming onside, especially the ones who live on the council schemes in Leith.
If you want to see working class unity in action, just look at the enthusiastic reaction to our campaign for British independence amongst both the Billy Boys, and those who sing the Broad Black Brimmer. Even at the height of the independence campaign two years ago we never managed that level of unity.
If they turn out to vote mob-handed on Thursday then we have Edinburgh in the bag!