This weekend we were hosted by the ever gracious Sturgills as we hunted antiques and enjoyed a Renaissance fair experience. Saturday, Derrick, Melissa, Nikki, Aila, Robert, Serenity, Braidyn, and I drove south to antique shops in Lafayette and Yamhill where we got amazing deals on antiques, toys, and militaria. Aila got a great deal on a new china cabinet, I loaded up on antique woodworking tools, and Derrick found an original ANZAK hat for only $16!
Afterwards, we returned to Sturgill manor where Heather and her mom had worked to prepare an excellent company dinner and Derrick and I manned the grills. There we were joined by Captain Brown and his better half, Amber, for a fun evening of food, campfire, and occasional nerf marksmanship. Capt. Brown was quite impressive speeding around in William's power wheels jeep.
On Sunday, we all enjoyed a day at the Renaissance fair where we joined by Ms. Patty and Harliegh and enjoyed the entertainment and games such as archery, knife throwing, axe throwing, darts, and ninja star throwing. We missed all who were unable to attend and hope to see you for our next off-season gathering.
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Wambaugh & White
Dell's Leather Works
VTI gun parts
Dixie Gun Works
Washington Civil War Association
Happy Friends of Civil War Farb
Company C Berdan Sharpshooters
WCWA Safety Test
Company D Standing Orders
Company D Drill Guide
Special thanks to the archivists at the Maine State Archives for all their research help.