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Old 04-08-2017, 10:53 AM
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Talking Horace Kephart Event in NE Georgia

http://horacekephart.com/index.html

Looks like it will be a good event. $5 entry fee which you don't find it any gun shows.

They got a nice list to speakers lined up. They even found some old hack to do a Muzzleloader demonstration.
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Old 10-11-2017, 04:50 PM
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ME in the 18th century clothing-
[Justin Vititoe-Alan Kay from Alone] Justinn in blue cat shirt ,bigfoot guy is Alan KAy
Preston Roberts from Mountain Men. Preston passed away in June] 2nd from right
Sabrina Mergenthaler from Naked & Afraid woman in black top white pants
Todd Walker Axe Sherpa in camo hat and kilt
Josh Native Kirk locaL SURVIVAL guru and the man who put this together
Justin & Jenny Cook from Man Woman Wild [guy in bib overalls] He also is a flint knapper
Horace Kephart's great great niece far left Libby
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Old 10-14-2017, 12:27 PM
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Appears to be a kind of a regional twist on the traditional rendezvous ?? Had a hard time spelling that word correctly.

Always interesting things to see and learn at events like that.
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Looking for a place to purchase inexpensive trapper's gear like a possibles bag. There seems to be little on the usual shopping sites like Amazon or Ebay that won't bankrupt you.
Can anyone recommend?
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Old 10-18-2017, 11:44 AM
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Looking for a place to purchase inexpensive trapper's gear like a possibles bag. There seems to be little on the usual shopping sites like Amazon or Ebay that won't bankrupt you.
Can anyone recommend?
Greetings...trackofthewolf.com has some selections.
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