March 27, 2017

Kernstown Random-osity



 The Good: There was a special event at Kernstown Battlefield Park in Winchester this weekend. It was a nice day and many folks were enjoying the living history. In the museum I found this mural depicting an 1862 illustration of the First Battle of Kernstown.
The Random: This fine Amish-built barn stands on the property.

The Fun: Dressing up in costumes is fun, and these re-enactors were having a good time.
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12 comments:

  1. Your post reminds me how different our relationship to historical events can be. Being a Westerner the Civil War is a less vivid event compared to folks in the East who can walk the battlefields near their towns. Sobering, isn't it.

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  2. I like your photos and the costumes of he reenacters. My friend who lives in Winchester was visiting me this weekend.

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  3. What an interesting place to visit especially when there is a re-enactment taking place. Thanks for sharing Winchester with the MM crowd this week.

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  4. Linda, this barn is like many that I've seen in Eastern Pa and further south, unlike barns in this area. Thanks for sharing, please stop back again.

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  5. That barn is an excellent example of the Amish style. Great mural!

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  6. That barn certainly is well built!

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  7. That's a great looking barn & I love seeing people wearing period costumes.

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  8. The Amish certainly know how to build barns. I admire their teamwork!
    The history of the American Civil War is talked about a lot just now.
    The re-enactment is a good way for young people to learn about it too.
    Shane

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