After a few days spent camping with my horse in the San Bernardino National Forest, I have returned to civilization. Naturally my timing was perfect in that I chose the one weekend where temperatures soared to over 100 °F and it was not much better in the mountains at 7000 feet. Oh well, we did see some nice scenery and it gave me a time to mentally recharge myself and that’s all one can ask for. 🙂
So what now? Well, it’s back to work, assisting on the various projects we have going on here at Lily Absinthe and it’s going to be an exciting summer for us (hopefully the heat will keep itself in check for awhile). Also, for me, I will be giving a presentation on American uniforms of the First World War Era, 1915 – 1918 at Costume College in late July- stay tuned for more details on this!
Also, on Saturday July 9, 2016, I will be attending the Old Fort MacArthur Days living history event at Ft. MacArthur in San Pedro, California as part of my unit, Co. G, 364th Infantry, a member unit of the Great War Historical Society which is an organization dedicated to preserving the heritage of the First World War.
Things will definitely be heating up a bit around here so stay tuned! 🙂