I'm there and on the other side, LOL!
Originally Posted by Craig L Barry
It started when I sold the superb CD jacket Becky Nall had made me in honor of my ancestors in the 5th MO. I knew I was never going to have the time or money to go West and portray them, nor was it likely to attend the Kennesaw Mountain event where my gr-gr-uncle John Adams was killed.
Then I started looking around at other items I never had worn, but had in my kit "just in case."
But recently, I thought how nice it would be to have a Henry for "Bummers." And my wool socks are now getting thin in the heels. So maybe I never will reach that point. But the desire for "stuff" doesn't fade. Just watch George Carlin's bit about "your stuff."
Treasurer, The Rowdy Pards
'In the end, it's the history, stupid. If you can't document it, forget about it. And no amount of tomfoolery can explain away anything that makes history (and living historians) look stupid and wrong."