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1870-1900 Events / SteamPunk Naval Expedition aka 6th Annual SteamPunk Cruise
« Last post by Karl Helweg on April 01, 2017, 06:16:48 PM »
The "holding cruise" to allow early discounted reservations will Be March 2018 to St Kitts and St Thomas but when available we hope to change to Havana, CUBA out of Florida. 
WWII Vendors / Leather Sqd/Group Flying unit patches made......
« Last post by Emblemhunter on February 17, 2017, 07:47:16 PM »
Hello, I make WW-2 Era Leather Squadron/Group patches, your choice, 5-6 inch $60.00each/total including post (In the US) please visit my facebook page for many images of my works, thanks and Enjoy !!! :)
Make chocolate the way the Mayans did centuries ago. Your adventure begins with a guided island tour and sightseeing highlights on your drive to a cacao plantation. There, you’ll have a chance to learn how cacao trees are planted and cared for as well as how cacao pods are harvested. Get a close look at the complete lifecycle of this amazing tree. See how cacao seeds are fermented and dried by natural sunlight. Then roast, grind and make your own exquisite chocolate bars to take home. While waiting for your chocolate bars to set, join your guide for a tour through the botanical gardens, where you will see the famous Honduran mahogany, plus coffee trees, orchids, a variety of herbs and spices, tropical plants and fruit trees. After, enjoy a tropical fruit tasting in the garden in a palapa, a thatched shelter made from palm tree leaves. Plus savor a delicious traditional lunch featuring chicken, rice beans and fried plantains. RTB5
Old West / Cowboy Fast Draw Association
« Last post by Karl Helweg on December 20, 2016, 12:02:14 AM »
1600-1800 / Re: the CouchSurfing Reenactor
« Last post by Karl Helweg on August 07, 2016, 05:01:41 PM »
For those of you not already familiar with it is basically a community across the world to help folks afford to travel more and get a resident's eye view of the areas they are visiting.  We have had good experiences so far.  There are sub-groups within including worth checking out. 

1600-1800 / Getting started reenacting classes:
« Last post by Karl Helweg on July 28, 2016, 09:27:40 PM »
Jas. Townsend has an excellent cooking series on YouTube and is now offering online classes to help folks get started reenacting:
Middle Ages / Longbowmen
« Last post by Karl Helweg on May 07, 2016, 12:49:18 PM »
1870-1900 / Re: Firearms Class
« Last post by Karl Helweg on May 03, 2016, 05:30:10 PM »
If you enjoyed the firearms video above you might also like:
Frontier Period / Re: Frontier Skils Group
« Last post by Le Loup on April 24, 2016, 11:06:23 PM »
No problem owning guns in Australia.
Really? Everything I have read says you have strict gun control down there. Or do you mean muzzleloaders??

Semi-autos are strictly controlled. All pistols including replica muzzle-loading pistols are strictly controlled & require registration, an "H" class license, & can only be used on an approved pistol club range. Different states have different legislation, but this is the case in NSW.
Regards, Keith.
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