August 23, 2016

Kernstown Random-osity

On Saturday I celebrated Winchester's Civil War Days by attending a lecture in Strasburg and then going to Kernstown to see a living history event at the Battlefield.
The Good: The Pritchard House at Kernstown Battlefield was built in 1854. This treasure has been stabilized and restoration is ongoing. 



The Random: There are various barns and sheds on the property and nearby. 



The Fun: I enjoy seeing folks dressed in period costumes.



8 comments:

  1. Linda, what a delightful step back in time, the home, barn and folks in period dress are wonderful. Thanks for sharing and please stop back again.

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  2. Love the dresses and outfits. Wonderful to take a peak into the past like this.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  3. i would really enjoy visiting here, we have "allaire state park" that is very similar!! i love the period clothing, though i am glad that i don't have to wear it!!!

    beautiful images!!!

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  4. Love it when people dress up in a certain time period. You have some nice barns in your area too.

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  5. The Pritchard house is very impressive!

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  6. Great pictures! I like seeing the period costumes too.

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  7. Looks like you had a wonderful day! I love that house, especially the two levels of columns.

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  8. That is an awesome looking Civil War home. I think the period costumes are fun. What a great outing this was.

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