We went to the World War II Weekend at the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum in Reading. Here are a few of the great folks and faces we met. In case anyone doesn't know, we didn't know, the guys in blue uniforms were the Chinese Army. They were great. They were from New Jersey, like us. They... Continue Reading →
Happy Memorial Day!
Have a good Memorial Day! Here are some recent reenactment photographs from World War II. These folks always put on a great show.
Faces From The Civil War
More great actors and portraits from a Civil War Reenactment. They always do such a great job looking the part.
“1940s Weekend” at Eckley Miners’ Village
Eckley Miners’ Village had another great “1940s Weekend”. This year was better than last. Lot’s of characters in uniform and plenty of machinery. This year there were many more young people involved. This is good news for their effort to remember World War II and the sacrifices that so many made. Amazingly to me they... Continue Reading →
Civil War Weekend At Eckley Miners’ Village
Eckley Miners’ Village is a terrific place to visit any time of year. I love it and go there often. Last weekend was Civil War Weekend. The participants are the best. They stopped and posed for the photographers and even express concern over moving too much and ruining the picture, and posed again. They were... Continue Reading →
Iron Heritage Festival in Danville
Danville Pennsylvania held it’s Iron Heritage Festival a couple of weeks ago. It was a celebration of the Iron Age. The first Iron Foundry was established in Danville, back in 1829. The festival was nice and Danville had some interesting spots. There were lot’s of folks in period costumes running around, which I really love. The... Continue Reading →
1940’s Weekend At Eckley
Eckley Miners Village in Pennsylvania had it’s “Forties Weekend” show last week. It was fun as usual but I thought last year was better. So in light of that I’ve included some pictures from last year as well as this year. It’s always a great time at Eckley. It’s a cool old mining town These... Continue Reading →