A Civil War Festival

 Don't you love the hoop skirt?

 The reenactors camped out for days at this site.

 A piper.

 Handmade baskets.

 The men were dressed in Civil War costumes.

 Hello girls!

 A Native American hogan.

 A pretty trip.....

on a wonderful Fall day.


Nellie said…
You certainly do have a lot of festivals that are near enough to you to make the journey there possible. Lovely scenes from this one.
Laurie M said…
that was a truly wonderful day!
At least with a hoop skirt you don't have to worry about whether you have a big ass or skinny legs or something.
Did they have lots of llamas in the civil war :-) :-) :-)

We have nothing like that here even if we have been in war with Denmark and Norway most of the time since our countries was formed. I guess we're too close friends now days to want to remember any of those old battles.

Have a great day!
Guillaume said…
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Guillaume said…
I love the locomotive. I never thought there was such a thing as a Civil War festival.
When a was a younger woman I participated in Civil War reenactments. Lovely festival you found there.
Patty Woodland said…
If nothing else I would not want to wear those dresses in the heat of the summer
Dog Trot Farm said…
I wondered what the purpose of the alpacas were...other than being so lovely to look at...What state was this festival held in Penn? Thank you for taking us along...I enjoy seeing these events...
Hoop skirts..what a great place to hide my big behind! Of course I love them! :)
What a great jump you have on Fall. today is our first real promise of Autumn..and we are so happy. The temp is predicted to not get above 73 degree's. I hope it's true. AND it is supposed to be that way all week.
Did you buy anything? Hmmm? I love your trips and the country you get to travel through is just amazing!
Barb said…
What a lovely Fall Day!
Amanda said…
Love the pictures!!!