143rd Anniversary: Battle of Cedar Creek
Middletown, VA
October 19 - 21, 2007

Nine men attended this year's reenactment at Cedar Creek and given that our 'Cookie' was on sick-call we had to leave behind our usual Commissary and rely on our wits for nourishment. We formed Second Company with the 61st NY and, very curious, Sixth Company was comprised of men from our rivals, the National Regiment. We all got along fine and despite some storms on Friday night we had clear and pleasant weather for the weekend. Our Honorary Member, and biggest fan, Ed Yaw showed up on Saturday and snapped some fantastic photos the battle scenario and our morning drill. We also had another guest in the form of General Phil Sheridan himself...he merits his own album that can be found on Page 4 of this extra large compilation.
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Belle Grove Mansion Satanic Offerings Keeping dry under the fly Seeing the Elephant
Mystery meat Corporal Napoleon A frying pan for all seasons Visitors
Our band Company drill Battalion drill Battalion drill
Battalion drill Forming square Forming square Forming square
Forming square Battalion volley First timers Ed pays a visit
The Colonel on his noble steed The top brass Birdwatching Sinful behavior