Early morning on the Commons was simply beautiful as we embarked upon the opening of the 20th annual "Colonial Times, A Day to Remember" event.   A year of preparation has culminated in a diverse gathering of reenactors and living history interpreters with anticipated attendance in the thousands.
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All is quiet in the early morning.
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Soldiers begin to stir and prepare breakfast.
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A sheep
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Faire Wynds perform on the Glass Harps.
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Backwoods cabin.
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Dr Franklin, engaging as ever.
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Max the Tinsmith working on his wares.
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Blacksmith's Forge is a popular venue.
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Ike talks to visitors about local colonial history.
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Cool drinks available at the Spring House Tavern.
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Artillery Deminstartion
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The New Windsor Cabinet Shop hosts many visitors.
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Inquires about the wares for sale.
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Locals form the village stop by to visit.
While we did not get the Shop completed to the point that we could have visitors come inside, setting up on the porch afforded us the opportunity to share a glimpse of what the New Windsor Shop will become as we grow into the future.

All in all, this was a very good beginning.

Chris 
8/21/2012 07:35:25

Wonderful site and wonderful work! We are looking forward to our next visit already.

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