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‘THE HOLLOW’

THE HOLLOW I look up at the bare trees above my campfire bright. The limbs look like talons but they don’t give a fright. I camp in a small hollow that is in a battle site, in the northwest part … Continue reading

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THROUGH ARKANSAS EYES: The beginning of a Civil War re-enactor

THROUGH ARKANSAS EYES Why does one get an obsession? Is it a nudge in the right direction to enlist us in our rightful part of the divine scheme of things? I think it has been in my life. I watched … Continue reading

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150th Shiloh….. Friday morning (continued)

150TH SHILOH….. FRIDAY AM (continued) We traversed another small hill doing our best to keep an even line, which isn’t easy with 125 men being shoulder to shoulder. Many times the battle line seems like an accordion. It stretches out … Continue reading

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Antietam: Being apart of The Bloody Lane re-enactment

The Bloody Lane On September 12-14, 1997, the 135th Antietam reenactment was held at the Artz Farm about 8 miles north of the actual battlefield and just about 1 mile south of Interstate 70. Battle reenactments can’t be held on … Continue reading

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