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September 08, 2008

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ecol

That was a fun post. It's things like this that really make me want to have kids.

When I was young a family friend used re-enact, he loved that outfit, he even got his sons into it, they were re-enacting at very young ages. I guess that little kids were black powder delivery people.

Now I live in RI and think Gaspee Days are amazing. We were looking for houses in the the Pawtuxet Village this weekend and stumbled upon a Gaspee ship w/ painted on fire just parked on a side street. It is waiting for next years events.

Have your musket ready.

Jack

Trouble, if you're really into Hudson Valley history you should check out Museum Village in Monroe. It's unique, interesting and funky; put together by some rich eccentric guy, it's got lots of old buildings filled with historic junk that you can actually walk up to and touch. They have a great Civil War re-enactment every year, plus other interesting educational events. The re-enactors are amazing; they take great pride in the authenticity of their uniforms and gear, even down to the buttons.

http://museumvillage.org/index.htm

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