The 2014 Raid at Martin’s Station was epic as usual. Got quite a bit of rain Friday and Saturday, but as the saying goes – “who cares, its Martin’s Station!” Working on an article about the Cumberland Gap that I hope to have published in the near future. I don’t have to many event […]
I recently came across this video titled “Flintlock Craftsman” of my pal Mike Miller and thought I would share. The video was published on April 23, 2014 by Kentucky Afield. Mike is truly a great artist and his work deserves all the attention that gets thrown his way. Enjoy!
This is a documentary titled “The World of George Rogers Clark.” The film was produced by Ball State University for the use of educating school children. I had the opportunity to be filmed for this documentary a few years ago at the Feast of the Hunter’s Moon event. Had a good time working on it and […]
Immerse yourself into the dense forests of the Eastern frontier during wartime. Travel the merciless tides of the Great Lakes by birch bark canoe. Entrench yourself into the drama of loved ones trying to reunite their family across miles of heavily traveled Woodland Indian paths. If you find the intense struggles for the Ohio Valley […]
The Gauntlet Runner “Forest Sentinels” Received my copy of Forest Sentinels from the award winning series The Gauntlet Runner. This is author S. Thomas Bailey’s third installment in the series and I look forward to the read. I will post a more thorough review of the book at a later date. All three books are available through […]
The Event Schedule has been updated with new dates for 2014. There are some dates that have not been verified as of yet. If there are any living history events that you would like to see listed, contact me and I will get them added.
I would like to express my appreciation to all of America’s veterans. The freedom that we enjoy in our great country is owed to your service and to all the veterans who came before you, including the patriots of the American Revolution. The honor and valor that you have displayed in your service is an inspiration […]
The 2013 Fort Massac Grand Encampment (40th anniversary) was as epic as it was projected to be. Weather was a bit cool, but overall pleasant. Saturday night’s firework show was fantastic! Camped with some of the best people in the world (my reenacting family). Pictures are in the photo gallery or click here. Already looking […]
Photos from the 2013 KohKohMah & Foster event are in the “Photo Gallery”
I met Bruce Meurer at the 2012 Contemporary Longrifle Association’s annual show and instantly became a fan of his work. Bruce is a very talented artist/wood carver. If you check out his Eastern Woodland Indian wood carvings, I would bet you would become an admirer of his work as much as I have. Bruce’s woodcarvings […]