in 1996 ~ Celebrating over
"Is that what you call giving cover?"
Old West Reenactment ~ an international group with members in
AU, AZ, CA, IN,
NM, OK, OR, SC,
the UK and Canada.
~ The Mojave Muleskinners
have received many awards for their authentic dress and character portrayal.
They have been featured in several books, dozens of magazines, calendars, paintings,
music videos, movies, and television productions.
~ Members of S.A.S.S. ~
~ Members of the
of Living Historians ~ an organization dedicated to the promotion,
preservation and education of history. The N.R.L.H. is the only organization
dedicated to uniting Living Historians of all eras. The N.R.L.H. is the
internet portal for all Living Historians, Reenactors and Educators to
communicate and interact for both business and informational exchange. Their
purpose is three fold: to unite, promote, and educate those interested in
keeping history alive in the hearts and minds of people world wide.
Appearance & Client Resume
Media Highlights and Photos
Television, Video & Film
Mojave Muleskinner Artists
Appearance & Client Resume:
We have our own transportable Mojave
Muleskinners Old West Town!
town is available for your events and adds a great deal of old west
- Albertson´s - Hesperia, CA
"Just wanted to send you a quick thank you for the excellent job all of you did Saturday. We all were very impressed and entertained! Thank you again for
helping our day be extra special!! ~ Patti from Albertson´s ©2001
- Apacheland Days -
Superstition Mountain Museum, Apache Junction, AZ "On behalf of
the Apacheland Days Committee, and the Board of Directors of the
Superstition Mountain Historical Society, please accept our
thanks and appreciation for your attendance and participation
in Apacheland Days, 2011. Please extend a hearty, Thank
You, to each and everyone of your associates for taking the time
to appear and entertain our visitors and guests in the ways of
the 'Old West'. Their is no doubt that your realistic and
enjoyable gunfights provided memorable moments for our guests,
and made our event a success. We have received many favorable
comments regards your gunfights. Thank you again for your
contribution and participation, and we hope to see you again
very soon. " ~ Sincerely, Jim Geil, Chairman, Apacheland Days
"There is little doubt that you and your fellow actors went a long way toward making our event a success.
Your exciting and educational recreations of the
"Old West" was one of the highlights of our
visitor's experience. On behalf of all the Committee
members, I thank you again for your active support in
our endeavors in keeping Apacheland alive."
~ Sincerely, Jim Geil, Chairman, Apacheland Days @2012
- Apacheland Movie Ranch - Gold Canyon, AZ
Just wanted to send a big thanks to all of you who helped make the Apacheland event a huge
success!!!! What a great weekend it was. We were given full use of the town and all of the buildings and we took full advantage of it. Right down to the church! Thanks Windy Bill and Preacher for making this an event we will always remember! Also Capt Ball, the Barn had to be opened up and aired out before they could put any livestock back after your nap. The town folk were very pleased with us and have welcomed us back whenever we would like. Also an extra big THANKS to Whitehorse for staying behind on Monday and helping Judge,
Miss Nellie Belle clean up and tear down camp, we owe you big time Whitehorse. Hope everyone will be able to make it if this goes again." ~
Geraldo & Miss Nellie Belle ©2003
- Arizona Territorial Days -
Pioneer Living History Village,
Stagecoach Days - Banning, CA
- Barstow Mojave Trail Days - Barstow, CA
"Howdy to all, I, Sheriff Ricochet and the Barstow Chamber of
Commerce wish to thank you for participating in the second annual Barstow
Mojave Trail Days event. We all had a great time and raised a lot of money
for the children's charities (Happy Trails, Boys & Girls Clubs, St
Joseph's Youth Group, and more). We hope you can join us at next year's
event along the historic Mojave Trail. Again, thank you for joining us at
the opening Cowboy/Gunfighter event of the year. Also, I am honored to be a
member of the Mojave Muleskinners and am inviting you to come and give a
helping hand for next years event. An event of this size is an endeavor and
the need for volunteers is huge, so if you can help please contact me
for more information." ~ Sheriff Ricochet ©2007
The Spirit: Director's Cut - By Seth Castiglione
" Lucky, I hope all has been well since we last spoke. The
DVD editing software has been crapping out on me, however, I have completed the Directors Cut of the project, and it has been posted on YouTube.
You will be pleased to find every participants name in the credits, and a special thanks the Mojave Muleskinners (Without which, this project wouldn't have been
possible) I ran across Wild Bill Miller, or Rick Garcia, who ended up providing narration for the film. He spoke well of
you. When I am able to create these DVD copies, provide me with an address and I will be sure to send one
out. Thank you again Lucky, give my best to Windy Bill. Speak with you again,"
~ Seth Castiglione @2010
- Ben Johnson Days - Goldfield Ghost Town, AZ
- Big Nose Kate's Saloon - Tombstone, AZ
- Bodie Ghost Town, CA
"My family and I just happened to be visiting Bodie (for our first time) on
August 18th -- we had no idea that your group was going to be at the park
that day. The period dress and reenactment made for a stellar visit --
our seven year-old son was especially thrilled when your members took the
time to speak to him both in- and out-of-character. You have
an outstanding organization!" ~ B.Q. Gold River, CA ©2003
- California State Fair - Del Mar, CA
- Cave Creek Wild
West Days - Cave Creek, AZ
- Chino Western Days Parade & Rodeo - Chino, CA
- Chris Menyhart Memorial · Whitehorse
Movie Ranch - Landers, CA
AWESOME! This was the ultimate weekend.
I don't even know where to start. Thank you all for coming and helping to
make this the best ever. There were so many people that made this special.
We had music from "Professor" Dave Bourne, Jeannie on the Dulcimer, Windy
Bill and Preacher, Hawk, Hans, Capt. Ball,
Maureen, Franklin and many more. Chance did a wonderful
service, our new friend Simpat showed us his special effects make up skills
and we had several great bartenders with Cutter in the lead. Soapy did his
shell game and we got treated to a magic show by the unbelievable Whit Haydn, Vice president of the Magic Castle. No matter how often you see his
tricks, you are always amazed again. He already has pictures up and he brought a fellow magician to deal
Pharo. Judge Geraldo made another
sign and too many to mention pitched in with supplies. I couldn't even dirty
up the pans fast enough that Madame Marylyn cleaned them. All together we
had close to 100 people and my daughter Nadine with the grandkids came from
New Mexico. That was of course a highlight for me. I hadn't seen them in
months. I am working on getting pictures on the website but have to wait till I
get some from Madame Marylyn. Anybody has some to share ,please send them
to me. Happy thanksgiving to all. Keep the old west alive" ~
Pete & Minnesnowta Maureen @ 2008
- Day Of The Cowboy
- Gold Canyon Golf Resort, Gold Canyon, AZ
- Desert Guns
- Moreno Valley, CA
"In an interview with Desert
Gun's Treasurer Ruby Sue, and husband Mule Skinner Jim, both noted that the Mojave Muleskinners lent a valuable service to the Desert Guns group and the City of Holbrook and expressed their appreciation for the chance to work with them."
~ the Lago Chronicle June 1879 plus 122 years
- Duke and the Hollywood Cowboys
"We love the
Mojave Muleskinners for their loyal, faithfulness, politeness, kindness, and
all the good Boy Scout stuff. They have supported us in every endeavor we have
asked. This latest venture - the two book signings of my novel, ACROSS THE
BRAZOS, is evident of all this. We in turn have shot them off their horses in
parades and in outhouses when we got the chance. They die real good."
as JOHN WAYNE © 2001
- Earnhardt CJDR 1st Annual Open House
Hoedown - Gilbert, AZ
- Edward Birmingham Memorial
Muleskinners, Thank you so very much for your participation at
Ed's memorial service. You added spice, color and energy to the
day." ~ Sincerely, Sue Birmingham @ 2011
- Frontier Army Of The West - CA
"On behalf of the Frontier Army of the West, I want to thank you, Terri, the Gunslingers for Hire and the Mojave Muleskinners for being great hosts and for being excellent sports by helping us out with the skits. You all made us feel very welcomed and thank you all again for allowing us to be part of the third annual Wild West Encampment at Pioneertown. We all had a great time and look forward to the time when we can work with you fine folks again. It was a pleasure to work with you all."
~ Trooper Frank, VP Event Coordinator , Frontier Army of the West © 2008
- Gilman Historic Ranch & Wagon Museum - Banning, CA
Historic Home Tours - Globe, AZ
"This is the first time the Mojave Muleskinners have performed for a Globe/Miami event, but based on the reaction to all who had the opportunity to catch their show or just visit with the members, it will not be their last. Welcome Muleskinners. You have a key to our town anytime you want to come back."
~ Linda Gross ©2009
- Heber Valley Historical
- Historical Encampment - Idyllwild Pines Camp, CA
- Holbrook's Old West Days - Holbrook, AZ
- Kidsfaire - University of
Stadium - Glendale, AZ
Just wanted to say thank you for all the support from everyone. We had a great member turnout
and a little bit of fun to boot.
And though the event had it's share of challenges, we still performed as great as always, to a packed house, for 12 shows,
and entertained both the young and old.
I think we, as well as the crowd, enjoyed the heavier loads on Sunday.
A special thanks to : Judge Geraldo, Sarge, Gnarly, Smilin Jack, and Cutter, for all your time and energy.
"It wouldn't of happened without you." ~ Windy Bill, President MM ©2007
- La Habra Lions Corn Festival Parade - La Habra, CA
- Little Buckaroo Rodeo - Apache Junction,
Linda Ronald McDonald House Charity Shootout - Pioneertown, CA
"Thank you all so much for the time and energy invested for the Ronald McDonald House Old West Charity Event at Pioneertown, Ca. As this is a blanket email, I
won't go into who donated what, but the charity you all showed was incredible. We brought in $4025.00 which will be given to the Loma Linda
R.M.H. The performances by all the groups Saturday and Sunday were great. The camaraderie and support by everyone was
exceptional. The groups present and volunteering at this event: Desert Guns, Santa Ana River Desperados, Gunfighters for Hire, Gutierrez Andalusians,
Guns & Garters, Pioneertown Posse, Law Dogs N Ladies, Border Renegades,
Old Town Temecula Gunfighters, Randsburg Ghostriders, Guns of the Round Table,
The Brass Band "I don't have the name right, Sorry" and Mojave Muleskinners.
We had 20 vendors and sutlers and two separate charity rides and countless art, crafts, leather work and appliances donated to be raffled off.
A very special Thank You to Greg and Terri, "Jac Kass & Rosy Pearl" for everything you did and provided to help this event become a success.
Also to Lucky Sumtyms (Event Promoter), Smokey Jack (Safety Officer), Preacher (Announcer), Smiling Jack (Collections), and Lester (Ticket Sales)
Along with the donations, we all helped raise awareness of the type of service the Ronald McDonald House provides to families in need. On behalf of the Mojave Muleskinners, thanks for your kindness and support."
~ Windy Bill,
President MM @2010
- Lost Dutchman Days Parade - Apache
- National Day Of
The Cowboy - Apache Junction and Gold Canyon, AZ
- Mammoth Steak House &
Saloon - Goldfield, AZ
- Mesa Dunes Resort - Mesa,
"Thank you for making our day a big success. It was all we expected and more.
We will certainly spread the word of our satisfaction with your group." ~
- Mickey D's Cafe - Apache Junction, AZ
- Mustang Car Show - Falcon Air Field - Mesa, AZ
- National Rodeo Championship - Norco, CA
- Oatman Ghost Riders -
- Old Country Buffet -
- "Outlaws & Quickdraws" Old West Days -
"A very big thank you for coming out to the 1st Mesa Old West Days. I know it was not a huge event and that street was pretty hard, but as always you all looked and performed great. Despite how many folks are watching and how hard the street is.
I am proud to be with you as a fellow Muleskinner.
Again Thank You" ~ Windy Bill,
Co-President MM ©2008
- Old Tucson Studios - Tucson, AZ
- Orange County Police Canine
Association - CA
- Paramount Ranch - Agura Hills, CA
- Peralta Elementary School (field trip to
Superstition Museum) - Gold Canyon, AZ
for helping us show Apache Junction kids how much fun history can be. We appreciate your
group. The food is pretty good too... ~ Thank you, Barb - Superstition
Mountain Museum Executive Director ©2011
- Pioneer Living History
Village - Pioneer, AZ
- Pioneertown Encampment - Pioneertown, CA
"Howdy Muleskinners; On behalf of the Gunfighters for Hire I just want to
thank all of our Muleskinner friends for coming out to Pioneertown to make this encampment a success. The encampment gives us all a
chance to see old friends and just kick back. The people I had a chance to talk to were on vacation from back East or
Europe. And one of the best compliments we received from one of them was
that we all looked like we just fell off a Remington picture. Well that says
it all. A little dirt never hurt anyone. The Muleskinners are as close to
the real deal as your going to get!" ~ Thanks again, Chance, President
Also proud member Mojave Muleskinners # 77© 2008
- Promenade Shops at Dos Lagos - Corona, CA
Rachel White Music Video "Cinderella's Playing Out"
- Goldfield Ghost Town, AZ
"This is one of 3 videos I shot in Arizona in 2002, and the second video I shot at Goldfield Mining Town, just outside Phoenix, below the Superstitious Mountains .It was the hottest place on Earth as I remember. Thanks to Big Bob Shoos at Goldfield and also to the Mojave Muleskinners and Goldfield Gunslingers for their invaluable
help. Production by Julie Cooke at VuWest, shot by the very talented DP Cary Cooke, and choreographed by Curt Anthon." ~ Director: misterpopvideo ©2007
- Railroad Silver Spike
Festival @ Southern Arizona Transportation Museum - Tucson, AZ
- Rendezvous Of The Gunfighters - Tombstone,
Pictures International - Outremont, QC Canada
"Greetings! Please find enclosed a complimentary
copy of Rezolution Pictures International documentary film
Reel Injun as a thank you for your contribution to this
production. Your participation has been invaluable and is
greatly appreciated. In peace and friendship" ~ Jake
Kent , Minority Media Inc., Rezolution Pictures @ 2011
- Rikki & Daz Video "Giddy
Up Giddy Up" w/Glen Cambell - Goldfield Ghost
"If I haven't told you all before, we were all so grateful
for all your help during the shoot and you were so entertaining too. Your parts
in the video are the highlights of the entire clip - be assured that you haven't
seen the last of us, I am planning to make a proper full on cowboy music video
in the near future just so we can all come back and work with you again. "
~ Steve Price, Director ©2002
Annual Gold Rush Days - Sacramento, CA
- San Bernardino County Museum - Redlands, CA
- San Dimas
Western Days & Rodeo - San Dimas, CA
- SASS End Of Trial - Founders Ranch, New
- SASS Winter Range - Phoenix, AZ
- Silver Queen Hotel - Virginia City, NV
County Fair and Art Festival - Silverado,
- Southwest Legends
Windy Bill! I just wanted to say we had a fantastic time Saturday. Thank you and all your folks for making us feel comfortable and welcome. We look forward to being with you in the future, and continue a great friendship. We send our best wishes for your holiday season."
The Trail Boss Tom...Southwest Legends @2011
- Superstition Mountain Museum
- Apache Junction,
- Superstition Rodeo - Apache Junction, AZ
- Swallows Day Parade - San Juan Capistrano, CA
- Tall Stacks Music & Heritage
- Cincinnati, OH
- Whisky Row Shootout - Prescott, AZ
"Good Morning: I have been following your e-mails re coming to Prescott with great
pleasure. I have kept the PRSL Board advised, and we are all looking forward to
having the Skinners here. We are planning on having you do a skit on Sunday afternoon --
yippee! A comment was "It will be great fun hearing all of the car alarms go off in
downtown Prescott!" The Muleskinner image stands!"
See you soon....~ Ms.
Rose & Joe Renegade ©2011
- Wild West
Weekend & Encampment - Pioneertown, CA
"Hello All; I just want to thank
all of you for making this past weekend a time to remember old friends, the
spirit of the west , and a love of our western heritage . It was good to see
all of you." ~ Chance, President, Gunfighters for Hire. & MM #77 © 2007
- Wild Western Film Festival - Pioneer Living History Village, Phoenix, AZ
"Hey Howdy....and I gotta first say, you Muleskinners have one Hell Of a Dandy Website...Boy Howdy!...and secondly...I sure hope ya can join all of us at this years
Winn-Dig!...gonna be Wilder than ever, and with you folks on board,
that's guaranteed!...take note...we're havin' a Fandango Dance Saturday night!...Costume
Contests, Fast Draw Contests and Live (as opposed to Dead), Music....Well Adios for now...got Horses to tend to....Your Outlaw Friend."
~ DR Buck ©2007
- Wyatt Earp's Old West Days - Moreno Valley, CA
"Howdy-do to the Muleskinners, thanks
to you all for making Earp Days such a memorable event. I had a great time
getting to know many of you better or for the first time and it just doesn't
get any better than holdin up the stage. Thanks to Capt.Ball for the stage
ride." ~ Dauntless Dick Derringer, Fallbrook Outlaws © 1999
- "Valentine Cowboy"
Book Signing -
Superstition Mountain. Museum, AJ, AZ
"I have been meaning to write to you since the February 10th event at the museum. I just wanted to thank all of you again for the awesome turnout from so many of you! It was a magical day for me and hopefully for all of you as well! Seeing you all dressed up and being your wonderful selves brought back the enchantment of days gone by at Apacheland! The support you all expressed by being there and purchasing Valentine Cowboy was more than I could ever imagined! The memories of the day will long be remembered and cherished, never to be forgotten. I look forward to many more times together and my publisher and I plan to make that event an annual one! Keeping the spirit of Apacheland alive feeds the soul.
Thanks to all of you and my deep appreciation." ~ Marilyn Natoli (author)
- Virginia & Truckee Railroad - Virginia City, NV
- Yucaipa Adobe - Yucaipa, CA
- Yuma Territorial Prison State Park - Yuma, AZ
Media Highlights include:
Archive) A supernatural Western feature film by Destiny
Horizons and Ziff Entertainment. The Old West comes to life in this tale of a drifter, named
Lane McCrae, whose life is torn asunder when an outlaw murders his
family. With his dying words he makes a pact with the Devil. Also
starring several known actors such as Martin
Kove (Wyatt Earp) and Eric
Roberts (the Dark Knight).
Channel / Karga 7 Pictures "How Booze Built America ~ The
Wore A Pink Ribbon, Cowboy
Cowboy's Fantasy, Sonoran
Safari, The Deputy,
Muleskinner Blues, Spilt
Whiskey, Move Over Country Western
Singers, Gettin To Mesa Ain't
Easy, Museum Running Gun Battle
- G&G Productions ~ Find them all on YouTube!
Wells Fargo - based on the Mojave Muleskinner skit, "Wells
Behold the Spirit
: Directors Cut by Seth Castiglione
Injun" by Rezolution
Pictures International - Canada
FOX 10 Arizona Morning ~ Mesa Old
(November 18, 2010)
"Get Out Of Dodge"
( trailer ) by
Grand Opening of the Copper Spike Excursion Railway
Film "Cowboy Dreams" - starring Bill Engvall and Danny Trejo. Sarge appeared
Klondike video contest - filmed at
Pioneertown, California -by Tony Ritter
"Spirit Of The Coin" - Smoke
Feature Movie "Scarred" by Rock Wayne Productions
Short Film "Marshall" by Joe Jerman - Multi-Media Marvels
Short Film "The Lock Box" - Enfuego Productions
Film "The Gunfighters" - Enfuego Productions
Commercial - Enfuego Productions
(November 12, 2006)
KTVK Channel 3 Phoenix,
(October 28, 2006)
KSAZ TV FOX 10 Arizona Morning
(January 6, 2005)
KSAZ TV FOX 10 Arizona Morning
(September 2, 2002)
Music Video - "Cinderella's
Playing Out" by Rachel White
(Summer 2002) Music Video - Rikki & Daz with Glen Campbell
Film "The Spikedriver" - Writer/Director Stefanos Kafatos
Good Morning America, ABC NEWS National TV
(May 2, 2002)
Film "The Gunslingers" - Writer/Director Michael Kinney
Western Movie/Documentary filmed in Pioneertown, California
Segment for the History Channel Documentary entitled:
Fox Television Show "Million Dollar Mystery"
Kids WB Network "Road Trip" - filmed at Calico Ghost Town
The late Arthur Crofutt aka "Misfire Mel" appeared in the movie
2012) Miss Trixy Rose-1st Place Specialties, Preacher-2nd Place
Specialties, Buffalo Shiloh-3rd Place Specialties, Miss Josie-1st
Place Children, Lefty-1st Place Cowboy, No Account Nate-2nd Place
Cowboy, Bull-3rd Place Cowboy - Mesa Old West Days.
(November 2010) Hatchet Molly - 1st Place
Gunfighter, Little One - 1st Place Children's
Division and Trixy Rose - 1st Place "Saloon
Woman/Hurdy Gurdy" -Mesa Old West Days
(October 2008) Miss Kittie - 2nd Place "Town Lady/Shopkeeper" and
Trixy Rose - 2nd Place "Saloon
Woman/Hurdy Gurdy" - Mesa Old West Days
(September 2006) Photo of Joe Renegade won 3rd Place at
the Yavapai County Fair - author unknown
(September 2006) Minnesnowta Maureen - 3rd Place "Female Townsperson"
- Rendezvous Of The Gunfighters
(March 2006) Wily Coyote -
2nd Place "Townspeople", Fanny Onnerneez - 2nd Place "Specialty Class",
Shiloh - 2nd Place "Specialty Class", 2nd Place "Gunfighter",
Idaho - 3rd
Place "Gunfighter", Capt.
Tom Rynning - 2nd Place "Lawman" , Many Brothers - 2nd Place "Cowboy" - Festival Of The West
(March 2005) Sarge - 1st Place "Working Cowboy",
Laredo - 1st Place "Lawman" - Festival Of
(December 2004) Cutter received Western Site Award by W.R. Benton
(September 2004) Smokey Jack - 1st prize Monty Laird Memorial - Calico Days.
(September 2004) Ricochet inducted into the Calico Ghost Town
Hall Of Fame - Calico Days
(October 2003) Lucky Sumtyms - 1st prize "Best Facial Hair"
- Calico Days
(October 2003) White Horse - 2nd prize "Longest Mustache" -
(October 2001) "Best Dressed" Western Days Parade
- San Dimas . CA
(October 2000) 1st & 2nd place "Best Dressed"
- San Dimas, CA
(August 1999) Annual La Habra, CA Lions Corn Festival Parade
(April 1999) Best Male Costume - SASS End of Trail, CA
(April 1999) 2nd Place Gunfight Competition - SASS End of Trail, CA
(January 1999) First Annual Gathering Of Gunfighters - Yuma, AZ
(August 1998) Annual La Habra, CA Lions Corn Festival Parade
(July 1998) World Champions Annual Oatman, AZ Sidewalk Eggfry
Mojave Muleskinner Artists:
by the late,
© Arthur Croft - alias Misfire Mel
| London Jacks Leather
September 2, 2004
Hi there! My name is Brianna, I live in Boston, and I am a big fan of re-enactment and all
things wild west...I just wanted to let you know how wonderful, visual, and
exciting your website is...it's the best thing around as far as reenacting
groups go, and it really paints an amazing picture of your commitment to the
spirit of the old west! Thanks,
July 27, 2008
This contact is to
report the capture and detention of three rowdy scoundrels, Smoky Jack,
Ricochet, and Snake Dancer. These three devils practically destroyed the Hamburger
Patty's Restaurant at 197 West 200 South in Parowan Utah. We
are considering forming a lynch mob to take care of the problem. If they
ever get out of jail we hope they will come back so we can take care of
them once and for all. If any of the rest of your rowdy bunch ever come up
this way come on by, we will be ready with guns loaded. Sincerely Gaylord
and Gwen Robb - Proprietors
February 2, 2010
Hello Madame Marilyn (www.madamemarilyn.com)
How are you? Just wanted to pass on mine and Paul's sincere thank you to you for
taking such wonderful pictures of our wedding! We are truly happy with the
photos, and we have had many compliments from friends and family too - so I
wanted to pass that on to you. We had such a lovely time, and the day was just
perfect for us - we would not have changed a thing!
We also wanted to ask you whether you could pass on a sincere thank you to the
fantastic re-enactors (Mojave Muleskinners) that we met after the ceremony, who
helped to make our day so special and memorable providing us with a
"wedding cake", treating us to their homemade chicken sandwich, and
celebrating us by shooting pistols!!. Send them our love and tell them we really
appreciated them being so lovely and welcoming. Again - thank you, from both of us.
Love from Anneli & Paul UK
April 16, 2011
"And in the end, she simply said 'Thank You',
even though she was so much more grateful than that."
To the Muleskinners,
thank you for making me feel like a little girl again, if only for a few hours
every Sunday. Sincerely Laura K.
included is of Laura)
May 30, 2011
To All Mojave
Thank to all of you for being a part of "Buffalo
Kid's" life. He surely was - one of a kind person, Thanks
to all you - which all of you will miss him and all of his family will
surely miss also.
Thanks to all of you, Billie May Bowron "White
Feather" Black Hawk, S.D.
Sent: Sun, Jun 19, 2011 7:10 am
Subject: web site
Greetings from the Northeast USA.
I have followed you mostly via your web site for a few years now. I first came in contact with the site after meeting one of your re-enactors and have enjoyed the pictures and stories. I especially enjoy the writings of Weakeyes Cody. Congratulations on such a fine site and I look forward to someday traveling west and seeing one of your gatherings. Jay
Sent: Thu, Jul 20, 2006 9:14 am
Subject: my website
I really like your website. We are getting things going
here in Montana, too. Check out my website at www.serenitytown.us.
Maybe we'll meet one of these days. R. Bray (Rusty Nail)
Sent: Thu, Sep 20, 2012 10:28 am
Subject: Quick Question for the Mojave Muleskinners Links page
Good morning, I hope you don't mind me reaching out to you like this. My name is Joan * and
I'm an elementary teacher from Maine.
I'm writing because I'm in the middle of a web project. We started the
school year off by having the students give "show and tell" presentations to the class.
Part of the project is for the presenter to provide extra resources on the topic
of their presentation for their classmates to peruse. So I'm putting together a
links page from all the presentations.
One student in particular recommended your page links page for me to include. He did a presentation on his metal detecting and finding
treasure. So I thought you'd like to hear that :) He also recommended this other page that might be a good fit for your website:
Metal Detecting: A Complete Guide for Beginners
If you find it useful, would you mind adding it? If so, I'd like to show him. I
think it would be a great motivator to him as well as the other students. Thanks
so much for being a part of this, I really appreciate it! Give me a shout back
if you decide to include it.
I look forward to hearing from you, Joan W. @2012
for more photos
Gallery 2 To New Pics