Saturday, October 20, 2007

Feast of the Hunter's Moon, West Lafayette, Indiana

Well, yes, these pics were a little slow in coming. It was a crazy week.

In the 1700's, the French set up a fort along the Wabash River to trade furs and to keep the British from setting up a fort and trading furs. The Feast of the Hunter's Moon is an annual event to celebrate life in and around this stockade.

Yeah, I know I should have concentrated on the French guard, but I like kilts.

I think it was an after-dinner nap, not a plague reenactment.

These folks were serious.

Check my flickr set for more.

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