wandererriha: Original Art by Me (Living History)
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Um hi. I'm Riha, a bit of a n00b to the fandom. I did a lot of Renaissance stuff back in PA before relocating to south-western VA. Since then, I have discovered the joy of the 18th c. I guess you could say I've been promoted a couple hundred years. ;}

I am VERY LOOSELY affiliated with the local reenactors guild Fincastle Militia, and do most of my living history stuff down at Ingles Ferry. The site itself has only been LH for about 5yrs. This is my second full season with them.

I am one of three women on the site. I call myself the Indentured Servant (they won't let me do anything until I get better at this- haha). Mostly I either cook, or do sewing demonstrations. So far I've made two shirts and an apron BY HAND. Thinking about piecing a quilt next.

So yeah. That's me. :}
black_hound: (Rev War standing watch silhouette)
[personal profile] black_hound
 My user name is [personal profile] black_hound . I've been in reenacting for 25 years as an American Revolutionary War reenactor and I am in the ranks.

I am primarily an artillerist. I have been working black powder artillery for the bulk of those 25 years. When I field with artillery it is as a member of the Pennsylvania State Navy and their 3 pounder cannon, "Defiance".

I also field as a rifleman with the 5th Pennsylvania Regiment, Rifle Coy.

I'm not sure what else there is to say except I love black powder, I love live fire competitions, I love the history of the Am Rev War, and I love the hobby. Warts and all.

If you belong to a unit or civilian organization and they have a website, please post a link and I'll add it to the sidebar.


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