July 1999

Past-E-Mail: July 1999
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7/31/99 Greetings from the Class Reunion of the Calumet High School Class of '49 !! Group picture - Class of 1949

By Sally Nelson, Littleton on Saturday, July 31, 1999 - 08:22 pm:

Now is your chance pasty lovers to spread the word how GREAT the Pasty Central pastys are. In the Rocky Mountain News today there is an article by an AP writer by the name of Barbara E. Martinez about a New York Times writer William Grimes who blasts the pasty in a 7/21 story "I understand it's dear to their hearts, but they need to make a better pasty,"...awful, bland, football-shaped objects that were nearly inedible." A baker in Cornwall burned an American flag to protest William Grimes. It goes on to say more about his article and the national advertising campaign being launched to defend the traditional Cornish treat. The British are pretty serious about this I would say. He obviously has never had a pasty from the U.P. or Pasty Central. TOO BAD!!! His lose and our gain.Maybe someone out there who is more computer savvy can send him some information on OUR beloved pasties. Of course it would taste even better if he ate it in the Copper Country. Thanks to all those wonderful pasty makers in the U.P.

By Janice Gielecki, Clinton Twp. MI on Saturday, July 31, 1999 - 11:23 am:

Hi! Wow! You really out did yourself this week on the pasty cam! What wonderful beautiful pictures!Of course beautiful pictures wouldn't be too hard to find up there...........but thanks again! Hey, have you seen my grandpa (Jack Foster)
lately?Next time he stops by,could you get a picture of you two together thanks! Keep up the great work!

By Mike, from downstate on Friday, July 30, 1999 - 07:17 pm:

I received my shipment on Thursday, I want to thank you for the wonderful service you provide for the rest of the world to enjoy delicious Calumet pasties. Growing up every summer in Bootjack I can remember my Grandmother slaving over a hot stove in the summer heat to make no less than thirty of these pasty just to feed everyone in our clan. Keep up the hard work and please give everyone involved with the making of the pasties a great big thank you.

Mike Mehrman

By Angela, UP on Friday, July 30, 1999 - 02:50 am:

Hi I live in Hubbell, I was wondering if you could put a picture of the fire department sign at night when it is all lit up. I am on vacation in Washington and would love to show my family because I love when I drive by it at night!

Doh! The Pasty Cam drove right by it night before last when it captured the full moon over Torch Lake. Next time we'll get a shot of that interesting neon sign :o)

By Andy from California on Thursday, July 29, 1999 - 10:56 pm:

Are there any dragstrips in the U.P? I'm a drag racing fan. How about a dirt oval track with sprint cars? A nighttime shot under the lights would be even better! Small, local racetracks are always so much more fun than the big high dollar nascar/nhra/etc.

I check your website every week. I will be driving through the UP in August, on my way from L.A. to Indiana. I'm making a loop over Lake Michigan rather than taking the direct route... I've got the Great Lakes in my blood.

Thanks, Andy

Have a safe trip, Andy. The only races we've covered are the road rallys or the demolition derby at the Houghton County Fair. Anybody else out there have any ideas?

Yooper dragsters

By Ken from Florida on Tuesday, July 27, 1999 - 09:32 am:

Notify us whenever you make changes. My wife is a yooper living here in the central part of Florida. I shouldn't have brought her to see your web site. She is now homesick and I don't want to drive over 2000 miles just yet.

Your web site is great.


By Joan V. - Sterling, IL on Monday, July 26, 1999 - 08:28 pm:

How excited I was to see the Isle Royale Queen II on Sunday 7/25 Pasty Cam! I've only ridden her on a moonlight cruise, but my daughter, Dad, and sister have taken her to Isle Royale, although it was a long time ago. One of my favorite views of Copper Harbor is of the Isle Royale Queen, Porter Island in the background, and the opening between the island and the mainland where you can see ore carriers pass on their way to/from Duluth. This is a wonderful website, and I can hardly wait each day to see the newest picture on the Pasty Cam!
P.S. I think the man in the kayak is a friend of ours!

By Karen Trucks-Wisconsin on Sunday, July 25, 1999 - 10:57 am:

I received my pasties last week and just loved them! Thanks for the memories.
I've been spending many hours at this site, reading and looking at the wonderful pictures! I haven't been to the UP for a couple years, and am looking forward to going up in 2 weeks. I've been vacationing there all my life and hope to live there in the near future!
My mom was born and raised in Calumet. Her name was Shirley St.Germain and her sister is Peggy. They lived on Rockland. My mom would have been 70 this year. Anybody know them?

By JoAnne Stefanac on Thursday, July 22, 1999 - 07:07 pm:

Gotta say....I LOVE this page. I come back here every day to check out the lastest PastyCam pictures. Dave and I are coming up to Lake Linden at the beginning of August for a visit -- can't wait! Hope you have some good weather in store for us when we get there. See ya' soon!

JoAnne Stefanac in Port Orchard, WA

By Jill from Arizona on Thursday, July 22, 1999 - 05:38 pm:

Our pasties were delivered here on Wednesday. They came in perfect condition and we were impressed. My 86 yr old mother moved from Iron Mountain, Michigan down here and missed them. I came from Florence, Ws. and I miss them also. I only have one question: can I order them without rutabaga??

Yes!! Just mention "no rutabaga" in the special instructions, we'll be glad to oblige

By Liz, Livonia,MI on Thursday, July 22, 1999 - 09:22 am:

Could you tell me just where exactly Montreal Falls is? I've never heard of it and I think I'll have to check it out when I get up there. Let's see.... eight days and counting!

The Upper and Lower Falls of the Montreal River is where you need to go. On the Bete Grise Road go east from Lac La Belle approximately 2.8 miles to a trail road on the left. Take the right fork of this trail to Smith Fisheries. (This is a 4-wheel drive road.) A walk of approximately 2 miles, one way is then necessary. Good luck... it's a challenging hike.

By John on Wednesday, July 21, 1999 - 03:33 pm:

I'm not sure it's "kosher" to use a ROAD map in the air. Aviation maps look very different--giving locations of airports, transmitter stations, broadcast antenae, etc. Better not let the FAA see that picture, or there'll be an investigation! :)

Will you be featuring more aerial shots of the UP?

Referring to the 'big picture' of 7/20... We do hope to bring more aerial views in days ahead

By Ruthann Ruehr, Pastyland on Tuesday, July 20, 1999 - 10:21 pm:

An e-mail I sent to visitors@pasty.com was returned with the following note:

"This Message was undeliverable due to the following reason:

Each of the following recipients was rejected by a remote mail server. The reasons given by the server are included to help you determine why each recipient was rejected.

Reason: ... User unknown"

Am I doing something wrong?

Thanks for posting this message!! It brought to our attention that our mail server is not working properly tonight... We'll check it out!

By Wendy Pluta Illinois on Tuesday, July 20, 1999 - 04:11 pm:

Good Afternoon! My family & I just returned from a 3 week stay out in Bootjack. I have to admit, the weather was the worst we've seen in a LONG time. We still had a terrific time though. We truly LOVE this website. Although we spend 6 weeks out of the year in Bootjack, it's nice to keep in touch with the cam pictures! My father was from Bootjack & my mother from Lake Linden. Even though I was born in IL. I will always consider the Copper Country my real home. Keep up the great work!!!!

By The Browns from downstate on Monday, July 19, 1999 - 11:01 pm:

We have ordered your very fine pasties a couple of times now. We very much enjoy them.

Our question is concerning the make up of the crust. We are wondering if it is made with lard or do you use vegetable shortening?

Thank you,
Morris & Nita Brown

We use vegetable shortening for the crust, not lard

By Larry in Indiana on Monday, July 19, 1999 - 10:29 am:

Thank you for the bridgecam!! Between that and my regular visits to pastycam I can survive the hot,humid Indiana summers for 5 more years. When my children are done with school we WILL return to the UP! Until then my pasty deliveries, and Hilltop rolls will get me through, combined with an annual fall color trip. The only advantage of July in Indiana is the sweet corn is ready!!!! Got to go!

By R.E. Bates, adopted Yooper on Sunday, July 18, 1999 - 11:35 pm:

I have a couple sites I would like to nominate for the Golden Pasty Award. They are two of the finest home-cooked type restraunts in the area. The first is the Superior View in Freda,not only for its fine home-cooking,but also for its historical value. It was the Depot & headquarters for the Copper Range RR during the boomdays,& still has the Company safe inside. There is also a great view,as well as some souveneers. When going out there make sure to drive the Covered Road & see the Steel Dam at Redridge. Give yourself an afternoon to take in all the sights. My other nominee is Lindells Restraunt & Ice Cream Parlor in downtown Lake Linden. Also known for its great food & ice cream treats,it is a museum of sorts,& also sells some nice "goodies" besides the food. Its another place you can have a nice meal & walk around & take in the history of the town,while you are at it, stop by the Houghton County Museum, one of the last buildings left intact of the once vast C&H Copper facilities in the town.

Lindelle's was featured on the Pasty Cam way back in March of '98

By Ilona Ekengren, Massachusetts on Saturday, July 17, 1999 - 04:16 pm:

Hi Charlie and Folks in the U.P.

I have arrived home after a wonderful 2 week visit to Calumet and the surrounding towns. I stayed in Lake Linden with my Aunt Hilja Kallio (Parkinen) and my cousin Dick joined us from Ishpeming. Allen Bessonen, my cousin Joyce's husband took me fishing and fourwheeling which was great. I had the opportunity to walk to Calumet - up that Lake Linden hill - visited shops in Laurium, brought me back to my childhood once again. My cousins, the Anderson family, Uncle Abe & Aunt Helen, are all so wonderful. We had a fabulous family party at George and Pril Keranen's camp in Traprock.

Charlie, it was a pleasure meeting you and visiting the kitchen where it all happens. As soon as I get my pictures developed I will scan them over to you and perhaps it is time to have you as the "star of the day" pastycam picture. My pasties are in my freezer as well as my squeaky cheese. Thank you for your assistance in getting it ready. I also want to thank Martha for her help and wish her the best on her new job there at Still Waters. I did want to mention also, I did a taste test, and I found your pasty to the best tasting for me. You and your staff and the citizens of Still Waters are doing us a tremendous favor by fullfilling our needs for pasty.

'til the next time - my very best regards to all and to those who read this. Greetings from CHELMSFORD, MASSACHUSETTS from a former UPPER!

Ilona Ekengren

By Pamela C. Washington state on Friday, July 16, 1999 - 06:15 pm:

Today is my birthday and I am enjoying your pasties immensely. My mother sent me a box as a surprise. They are obviously made and shipped with great care. Thank you.
Our family has been vacationing on the UP for three generations. No place is more precious to us, or so near and dear in our hearts.
Your web site and bridge cam is a real gift--as close as we can get without going there!

By K. J. from Virginia on Friday, July 16, 1999 - 05:10 pm:

I just heard about Pastys today. I would like to know what kind of meat is used in them. Would appreciate this information.

Kathyrn J.

Many people are discovering pasties for the first time. We plan to publish the entire recipe sometime, but as far as meat is concerned, it is 75% beef (steak) and 25% pork, unless the order request is for beef only

By L. M. from California on Wednesday, July 14, 1999 - 08:29 pm:

Dear Charlie,

It was wonderful to visit you at the home of pasty central and to enjoy your fabulous pasties while in the U.P. They were so good I think they rivaled my home-made ones! I wanted to let the readers of Past E-mail know that not only is Pasty Central great on the internet but also in person. Charlie, we absolutely enjoyed chatting with you, Megan loves her new t-shirt and my mother-in-law was enchanted with the garden. Thanks for taking the time to visit with us at Still Waters and indulge Megan with the photo opportunity!

With warmest regards,

Lori (Bonen) Moreland and crew

By Quincy Mine on Wednesday, July 14, 1999 - 03:47 pm:

Quincy Mine Tours

By Ed from the UP on Wednesday, July 14, 1999 - 03:35 pm:




Quincy Mine is also a GOLDEN PASTY AWARD winner

By Diane Carpenter TX on Wednesday, July 14, 1999 - 11:08 am:

Dear Friends,

Received my pasties yesterday. Had one last night, it was wonderful!! As a matter fact I was going to give the other two to friends...not any more. I'll just order a larger group next time. Again, thanks, they were delicious.
How about a picture from the Arbor Green Highrise. I might be able to talk my mom into a picture from her 5th floor balcony. What do you say?

Diane Carpenter (Walikainen) Brenham Tx

We'll swing by Arbor Green next time ye olde Pasty Cam is in Houghton

By Charlie at Pasty Central on Tuesday, July 13, 1999 - 11:30 pm:

Have you seen the Bridgefest photos at www.cityofhancock.com? We're featuring City of Hancock in an encore appearance this week in the Golden Pasty Hall of Fame. Truly among the Best of the U.P.!

...and don't forget to check out the new, live Lift Bridge Cam here at Pasty Central.

By Lisa from Texas on Tuesday, July 13, 1999 - 10:53 pm:

My pasties came today! Just like my grandmother used to make! Although I am unable to see her often, I always looked forward to having a pasty when I was able to see her. Unfortunately, due to her age and health, she hasn't been able to make them in years. I'm so happy to have found you and have told my dad about you. I will definitely be a repeat customer!

So many memories are triggered by the sense of smell. While warming my pasty, I was almost overwhelmed by memories from many, many years ago! Please let your residents and staff know that I received more than pasties in that box tonight! Thank you!


Lisa Bruneau

Thanks for taking time to share your thoughts, Lisa. They bring back a lot of fond memories for all of us, too.

By John L. Hoh, Jr. on Tuesday, July 13, 1999 - 11:55 am:

Packers? Lions? Broncos? Come on! The next Super Bowl victor will come out of Southern Florida. Dan Marino will make it three consecutive SB victories by a QB from the class of, what, '82? Go Dolphins! Swim with a Porpoise!

Oh, hey, trivia question: Which Yooper played nose tackle for the Miami Dolphins? Hint: he once recovered a Don Majkowski fumble in the end zone to give Miami a win over the Pack (certainly Packer and Lion--Lie Down--fans remember the "Majic Man?")

Well... it wasn't Knudt, right?

By Damon on Tuesday, July 13, 1999 - 11:01 am:

I have feet like pasties, and so have great difficulty getting shoes. I asked my local baker (in England), if he could bake me a pair, but he said he only does loafers, and I prefer chelsea boots. Can you help.

Have you tried www.snowshoes.com?

By Terry D. Bush on Tuesday, July 13, 1999 - 10:00 am:

Beautiful picture of the Net River. Where exactly is the Net River located?

The Net River is located in the Copper Country State Forest, about 5 miles west of Amasa, Michigan. It's in Iron County, not too far from Crystal Falls.

By Jan Medved-Wisconsin on Monday, July 12, 1999 - 09:58 pm:

Hi, I would like to see a picture of the Swedetown water tower, the big red one.
Thank You

By Sally Hocking Nelson, Littleton CO on Monday, July 12, 1999 - 09:00 pm:

Sorry folks, the BRONCOS are the BEST!!! We love John Elway and will miss him a bunch. Maybe it will be the PACK this year after all.(groannnn)
As a long lost Yooper I would have to cheer them on if the BRONCOS were NOT playing.Couldn't let that one go. It was just too exciting seeing them finally WIN! Charlie, keep up the great work. Enjoy the changes and appreciate all the effort making this the BEST web sight. I tell everyone about it.

By Carole Krueger on Monday, July 12, 1999 - 06:36 pm:

Just viewed the new Bridge Cam and it is great, almost as good as being there. Hope to be able to see a freighter or the Isle Royal Ranger going under.

My current screen saver is the picture taken on the beach in Eagle River by the Inn. Great scenery!

Keep up the good work and hope to be up in the fall.

Carole Krueger
Sterling Heights, Mi.

By Bonnie Foss WI on Monday, July 12, 1999 - 12:03 pm:

I am a daily reader, when I'm home. Noticed your PastyCam picture of the Wisconsin Welcome sign and your greetings. Thanks for the greetings! About rooting for the Lions or the Packers: there is no choice - the Packers are going to be GOOD this year. Will be visiting the UP next month. Can't wait!

By Roger in LOWER Michigan on Sunday, July 11, 1999 - 11:35 pm:

My wife grew up in the U.P. (Hancock) I brought her down here when we married 20 years ago. I went to Michigan Tech. Now our oldest son is attending (Michigan Tech) also. We spend alot of time in the U.P. We love it up there. Your web cam is very interesting also.

I understand there is a web cam on the light house near Bete Gris showing photos of Lake Superior. We do not have the address of this web page. Do you know what I am refering to? If so could you email us and give us the address? Thanks in advance for your time.

Keep up the good work. We love pasty also. My wife makes the best pasties in the country. Good ol' Copper Country Pasties. Sa ya to da U.P.

Roger Pietila

The lighthouse you want just happens to be a previous Golden Pasty Award winner, the Mendota

By Mikael Moore, Florida on Saturday, July 10, 1999 - 03:47 pm:

I'd like to find out if you have a recipe for pasty soup. my best friend David has for many years told me stories of how from the time he can remember his mother every sunday morning got up very early and put on a huge pot of pasty soup. She would spend the entire day in the kitchen cooking and not let anyone see what she was doing and she never shared her recipe with the family. Sadly she died when David was 14 and he only remembers bits and pieces of the recipe.

If you can fill in the blanks it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance for any info you can send me.

Mikael Moore

This sounds like a great idea. Maybe some of our viewers here at Past-E-Mail could share some recipes for this.

By Annette from Hawaii on Friday, July 9, 1999 - 10:56 pm:

Just a note to let you know that the pasties arrived on Wednesday at approx. 1:30 PM. Honolulu time. Thank you for such great service I will be sure to pass this information along to my friends. Again Thank you.

Just 1 day to the Islands! Airborne comes through again.

By Jackie from Nevada on Friday, July 9, 1999 - 07:17 am:

I just noticed that your last couple of days on the Pasty Cam are listed June instead of July. Might want to correct that. J I just love checking in every day and seeing the new picture for the day. It makes me want to come back home. I will be moving back there from Las vegas in a year and a half, but for now I can go there through Pasty Cam. J Just wanted to let you know about the date error. Thanks.

Jackie Nees

Ooops! We liked June so much we wanted to do it again... But time to move on, and now it's fixed. Thanks to all who help de-bug our pages

By Annie from Texas on Thursday, July 8, 1999 - 10:12 pm:

I love your pasty site! I'm from Michigan, but currently living in Texas. There are no pastys down here! I'll be sure to order some from you guys real soon.

Annie Jarvis

By John L. Hoh, Jr. on Wednesday, July 7, 1999 - 05:58 pm:

Quoting Lisa on 7/6:
"Just found the Live Lift Bridge Cam and it is the coolest thing ever! What a great photo. I will be driving across it in just a few days. (The bridge, not the photo!!)"

Actually, if Lisa drives across the bridge, she could be driving across the photo? I've noticed that cars appear and disappear as the photo is updated.

By the way, Lisa, a good friend of mine is pastor of St. John's north of Ann Arbor, which is right next to Ypsilanti. It's actually in Northfield Township. If you meet Rev. Andrus, say "hi" for me.

By Jeanie, visitor on Wednesday, July 7, 1999 - 09:09 am:

I am enjoying this site. After leaving there on Wednesday of this past week how nice it is to check in every day to see what is happening up where my Dad and Mom came from. We stayed at Laurium Manor Inn.
Please know that you are appreciated.Laurium Manor Inn

Fondly, Jeanie

By Joan Eshleman-Velde, Illinois on Tuesday, July 6, 1999 - 12:07 pm:

I was so thrilled to find your website, and since have ordered pastys to be sent to my sister in Tacoma, WA, and my daughter, in Gig Harbor, WA. It's a surprise for them both, and they both LOVE pastys! We've spent many August weeks up in Copper Harbor, since I was a child, and it is one of our familys' favorite places. My Mom and Dad celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary there, at the Keweenaw Lodge, and the flowers were wildflowers my future husband and I picked along the roads. Since my Dad died, we haven't gone up there as much, (l994 was the last time) but it will always have a special place in our hearts.

I love the Pasty Cam. I, also, would like to see the Falls at Smith Fisheries - I've only hiked there once, but have never forgotten how beautiful it was.

That's the Montreal Falls, and we've had several requests to get a Pasty Cam shot. Stay tuned...

By Lisa Walters Ypsilanti MI on Tuesday, July 6, 1999 - 07:17 am:

Just found the Live Lift Bridge Cam and it is the coolest thing ever! What a great photo. I will be driving across it in just a few days. (The bridge, not the photo!!)

By Daryl Brunner, Illinois on Monday, July 5, 1999 - 08:19 pm:

Thank you for the Copper Aroma Candle from Copperworld. I will enjoy it and think of the U.P. I lived in the U.P. all of my growing up years. It was a great place to grow up. I do miss being able to go and get pastys went ever we want too. Thank you again

Daryl Brunner From Illinois

Your prize will be on its way this week!

By Kyle Cross on Monday, July 5, 1999 - 03:32 pm:

I order pasty's from your site monthly (love the things:) and was wondering what is the nutritional information on a pasty, specifically the calories. Thanks for your time


We are in the process of having nutrition labeling developed for us. Until now we have operated with an exemption from the USDA, because of less than 100,000 of any given item. But it appears we are on our way to reaching those kinds of numbers, so we seek the labeling. When we receive the lab report we will post the results on the website, and begin including the information along with every order.

By Martin L., Michigan on Sunday, July 4, 1999 - 11:36 am:

Just wanted to let you know what I thought as I browsed through your website.

It is WONDERFUL! Simple without being crude, very professionally done, succinct, and colourful.

I am a pasty "freak, and when I was in England, I got a rather unique recipe for them in Dartmouth, that is an entirely different approach to pasties. Everyone with the exception of one person thought they were fantastic.

Anyway, I am still checking out your site, and I sent it to a friend of mine in California who is from England, and was looking for pasties. You did such a good job on this site, it actually makes one proud to be from the U.P.


Martin :0)

By Eileen Moira OBrien on Saturday, July 3, 1999 - 01:30 pm:

Pasty Cam Request:
Jim and Terry O'Brien (my parents) on the front porch of their cottage in Eagle River waving at us all out here, their 10 children, many grandchildren and friends around the country. They've waited many, many years to be able to hang out at their camp all summer. I'd love to tune into Pasty cam and see them there with their friends.

Seeing those pictures of E.R. brings tears to my eyes. Many happy memories of home. Thanks. Keep up the great service.

Eileen Moira OBrien

We'll dispatch the Pasty Cam to find Jim and Terry sometime this summer

By M. Flister, Texas on Friday, July 2, 1999 - 01:26 pm:

Our gift recipient reports that the pasties arrived in Austin, TX on Tuesday, June 29. He says that they are even better than he remembers from our many visits to the UP and various restaurant experiences there. Thank you for your promptness and courteous service. We will tell our friends about these great treats!!


By Peter Chiomenti, Maryland on Friday, July 2, 1999 - 01:23 pm:

Rare Yooper Flamingos
Dear Pasty Cam,

Loved those flamingos! They must be the hearty Yooper variety, because I saw them in May when I was there and it looked like they got there ahead of me.

Peter Chiomenti

(By the way, hello Jeannie from Maryland. You should visit Michigan's UP it's a great place -- but a loooooong drive from MD.)
By Joy H., Wisconsin on Friday, July 2, 1999 - 10:18 am:

I would love to see Lac La Belle included in the Pasty Cam one day. Also, possibly the Smith Fisheries, although it is a hike. Both places are very dear to my heart as they have been a part of my family's summer vacations all my life (28 years).

Thank you,
JOY Huwatschek
Port Washington, WI

That's one of our favorite hiking spots, too. Next time we're there, the old Pasty Cam will get an eyefull.

By John from Wisconsin on Thursday, July 1, 1999 - 01:21 pm:

Six, beautiful, bouncing pasties arrived yesterday. Money order on way--it shouldn't be bouncing.

John Hoh

By Susan Marks, Minnesota on Thursday, July 1, 1999 - 05:44 pm:

I have heard there are Big Trees up near Copper Harbor. Could they be a future Pasty Cam photo?


You probably are referring to the Estevant Pines. Maybe we can hike there this summer

By Sue Popma on Thursday, July 1, 1999 - 05:28 pm:

I would like to see the Lighthouse in Copper Harbor. During a sunset would be nice.

We will be at Copper Harbor on August 6, 7, & 8 to see the reenactment at the fort. My sister & brother-in-law are reenactors with the 7th Michigan & my brother-in-law will be participating at the fort while my sister & I (& some other relatives) will be touring Copper Country. But could you include a picture of the reenactment on the PastyCam?

For the summer our son is working at the MTU research lab near the airport. Can you get inside the lab to take any pictures? One of the research projects involves an Army tank, so maybe they have a model they are working on.

Do you have any pictures of bears?


Last year we featured a page of the re-enactment at Fort Wilkins. And we'll keep an eye out for bears :o)

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