We are pleased to partner with the Pacific NW Lewis & Clark Living Historians and have annually paid tribute to the Corps of Discovery. In years past we have served "Hot cider and History," along with a great assortment of donated cookies, at our November on the North Shore OPEN HOUSE. Often, Mother Nature delivers 'Horriable' weather indeed. We've experienced thunder, lightning and torrential rain through the years. One intrepid visitor even arrived from Astoria in his kayak!
This year, although we will be open on Vetrans Day weekend to give our annual November salute to the Corps of Discovery, we will hold our 2-Day encampment in the patriotic month of July, Saturday and Sunday, July 8 & 9 where our interpreters will be dressed in period costume and interact with visitors.
2018 Encampment With Special Guest, Rocky the Newfie
Read all about 'Rocky's' trip to Knappton Cove here!
Encampment ~ July 2016
Mr. Orthman represents Pvt. Joseph Whitehouse from the Expedition, 2016.
A Medic asks if he could pull a tooth out for me?! ~ 2016
Four interpreters from the Pacific NW Living Historians and a 'Newfie' dog - always a big hit - set up camp and interacted with quests.
Once again, David Manuel's beautifully detailed Lewis & Clark sculpture was displayed - thanks to Sally Stadelman and Pat Quinn.
Thank you one and all for making our "HORRIABLE" day just wonderful!