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18th Century Living History Activities.

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18th Century Living History Activities.

Time: August 1, 2009 to August 2, 2009
Location: Wychwood Forest, Armidale NSW, Australia.
City/Town: Armidale
Website or Map: http://historicaltrekkers.nin…
Phone: 67 755 292
Event Type: 18th, century, living, history, &, historical, trekking, camping.
Organized By: Le Loup
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2010

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18th Century Colonial Living Skills, Primitive Wilderness Survival Skills, Experimental Archaeology.
You can learn and practice any early to mid 18th century skill or craft you wish whilst experiencing a colonial lifestyle.
MEMBERSHIP IS FREE.
We meet each and every first weekend of the month at either Elm Cottage or Linstock House in Wychwood Forest, Armidale NSW, Australia.

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Comment by Le Loup on July 20, 2009 at 10:06
What sort of skills can I learn?
Anything from finger weaving to tomahawk throwing, from primitive shelter construction to flint and steel fire lighting. Any 18th century Living Skill you can think of you can learn.
Is it expensive?
Only as expensive as you make it. We make most of our own clothing and equipment and we can use second hand materials. We are always willing to lend a hand to help new members get kitted out.

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