Saturday was a beautiful day and there was lots of fun to be had. We toured the re-enactors from many periods. Trappers were selling furs and fur pieces, there were lots of handmade souvenirs (I got a wooden cutlass sized just right for a certain pirate), even homemade soft drinks. The ladies hit the shotgun range, then we trudged over to the rifle range. BSA rules for Venturers are more expansive than for Boy Scouts. We got to shoot a paintball gun, a .22 rifle with a magazine, a .22 revolver, and an AR-15 firing .223 NATO rounds. After supper, there were chapel services and lots of social events. We were up early this morning and had an easy run back to E-ville.
And thereby hangs a tail
Our girls fell in love with the trapper's offerings
The smith, a mighty man is he
The re-enactors were interesting and fun
Armed and dangerous
Julie tries throwing a tomahawk
Hannah and Abby prepare to enter the firing line