I got the privilege to see a Civil War Re-enactment this Memorial weekend in Deep Creek, WA.
It was a lovely cool day, in a beautiful setting. Lots of tents were setup, just like homes during the Civil War times. Entire families lived in these over the weekend.
In fact, they do this several times a year.
In full regalia.
Here is my childhood girl friend, Phyllis with her friend, Jim, who plays many hats, as sheriff, judge, post master, scout, etc.
And she’s no angel, she pulls a small pistol against a very surprised governor.
In the end a duel takes place and the governor is shot.
And the culprit pays.
There is always lots going on at the postmasters. Actually, there was a trail going on….of sorts.
The first 3-D movies, the only ‘entertainment’ in those days.
This housewife is picking up the mail.
This young man came with his family to visit the re-enactment….dressed for the time frame.
Some families brought entire bedroom sets.
Since this post is getting so long, I will continue with some more pictures later. Thanks for stopping by.