Preparing for a Boothie “Camping Trip”
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Fantastic, Dave! Good luck! You are doing a wonderful thing. Experiencing history through “living history” is a great learning experience. I’ve done it. You will really feel that you are getting a deeper insight into your subject. I also think that Loyola is a wonderful choice.
Take something crutch-like with you and only wear one shoe. Take a little notebook (I wont mind if it’s a little spiral one!) and a pencil and a knife to mark off the days and write your I am here in despair” entries. Will someone bring you food and People magazine? A great idea, Dave. Keep your ears open for the troops! Give my regards to Tom Jones!
Good luck Dave! As a relic hunter, I’ve wondered about the location of the pine thicket campsite and if it could be found by artifacts still there. However, I imagine that they were traveling so light that they left little if anything behind.
Omg! I just cancelled my Nat Geo channel! Ugh…cable is getting too expensive. Hopefully the episode will be available online.
If you stumble across the carcass of two horses, you’re in the right place !!!
Thanks Dave! I’d heard part of a Diggers episode was filmed at St. Mary’s Church at Bryantown last year. I wonder if they found anything?
Good luck, Dave!
Are you going to be speaking at the Surratt Society Conference?
Anxious to see results.