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Old 03-25-2013, 08:15 AM   #21
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Where does the rendezvous take place, Hoot? Can outsiders visit?
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Old 03-25-2013, 09:06 AM   #22
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Where does the rendezvous take place, Hoot? Can outsiders visit?
The Olde Virginia Primitive Riflemen hold two events every year. One in the spring, one in the fall.
They are both open to the public...no charge for visitors.
Rendezvous site is off Rt 10, about 8 - 9 mile from from Smithfield, Va. heading to Surry, Va. Turn off Rt 10 onto Moonlight Rd, keep your eyes peeled on the left.... about a mile or two you will see a brick house close to the road...I believe it is the first brick house you come to on the left. Follow the driveway all the way back till to you see the parking lot. You gotta walk in unless you are camping. if you do camp with us there will be a fee and you got an hour to get your hoss outta camp.
You can find more info at ovpr.us but be warned, the website is not in my control these days and the feller runnin' it ain't the most punctual feller about updates.
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Old 03-25-2013, 09:30 AM   #23
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Sounds like fun. I'll try to remember to check it out this fall.

Some of my ancestors lived in Lunenberg County and my aunt gave me a book about its history. There's a recipe for Dundas Sheep Stew made as a community event that starts like this: "Two days ahead, make bread for crumbs. One day ahead, slaughter (8) sheep. Chill overnight."

It also calls for 400 lbs. of onions and 100 lbs. Irish potatoes. Let me know if you want the recipe. lol
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Might be interestin'. We cooked 360 lbs of yard buzzard leg quarters to feed the camp. May be time to mix up the menu a bit.
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Might be interestin'. We cooked 360 lbs of yard buzzard leg quarters to feed the camp. May be time to mix up the menu a bit.
What the heck is "yard buzzard"?
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Does CWS know what some people are calling her girls?
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Does CWS know what some people are calling her girls?
To paraphrase Mae West. Those Canadian chicks were pure as the driven snow, then they drifted.
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