October 25, 2012

Cedar Creek 2012

Cedar Creek was a great, laid back event. I got more sleep over the weekend that I have had in at least 2 months. It was great!The landscape in Virginia is just beautiful at this time of year. I was afraid we weren't going to have much of a Fall because it got so cold so early this year.
Fortunately, the weather last weekend was nice, although the wind brought a sharp chill.


I took a lot of nice photos, but many of them came out rather dull due to the heavy cloud covering. 


I miss everyone so much. I have very little time to do anything other than plan for my classes. It's been tough. I really needed a weekend break for that. It was definitely worth the long drive. I'm also having a lot of issues with the new Blogger layout and the fact that I have to now host my photos somewhere else and link to them. I look forward to getting back in touch will all of you. I'm still reading, even I don't have time to comment on everything. Thanks so much for all of the support!

4 comments:

  1. I have not been to the Cedar Creek reenactment since the 1990s. It's a beautiful location and was a rousing reenactment with a dramatic ending. The drive down was always a good opportunity to see Gettysburg, Antietam and Harpers Ferry. I remember the "Campainer" movement was just starting with somr friction between "hard cores" and "mainstreamers."

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    1. It's a big mainstream event now. I really like it because it's in the middle of the sates here and I get to see a lot of people whom I wouldn't normally get to see. :)

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  2. I remember that movement as well. Cedar Creek was my favorite event back then.

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    1. It was my first event ever, so it will probably always be one of my favorites. :)

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