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June 21, 2011


Dave Clugh

Very nice blog. My first reenactment was at Monmouth back in the days of the Bicentennial, 1977 or 78. It has been a long time. I was a member of Wayne's Light Inf. back then. Made my own clothing and most all of my leather gear. I have since returned to Monmouth for just about every event save this year. Family matters took precedent. The 1st NJ is a great unit to march and campaign with. I know what you mean about getting used to the Long Land British Service Musket....they can be a bit finicky.

Sgt. Brandon Aglio 3rd Contl Arty

Glad you enjoyed! see you at wyoming!

David Corbett

Dear Berks.,
You don't look like the usual dashing you but you do look like a Continental !!! Good for you sir !

Grant Mishoe

Very AWESOME Tim!! Well done!!!

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