Re: time travel
- Thank you for writing that. You gotta love moments like those.
I don't reenact (my family did Civil War reenactments when I was a kid) but work as a Docent at the David Humphrey's house. We hold a program for 5th graders called "A Day in 1762" and we all have real persons from our area who we portray, but so much of our day is spent saying "In 1762..." rather than just "being" in 1762. I would love to have some of those time travel experiences you speak of.
Still waiting for my TARDIS
"Mistress Mercy Riggs Hawkins Tomlison"
--- In Revlist@yahoogroups.com, "bd21299" <bd25309@...> wrote:
> Most of us got in to reenacting as a means to teach others about, or to learn more than we knew about history. Along the way I suppose we have all had moments when we seemed unusually close to the time and people we portray. For me, there were two events that stand out as time travel experiences....