Showing posts from April, 2020

Greetings from Inside the Labyrinth (my recent FB livestream!)!

  Just a quick hello from inside my little labyrinth! This was a livestream I did on my Facebook page, just dropping in to see how you're doing and discussing a little of what I've been up to and how I'm staying busy and inspired during this time. :) Hope you're well! Quorrorcon Facebook Page: ******* Thanks for watching! Go on a musical adventure with me through time where for five days I'll send you a new song or story, and a personal email from me! FIVE DAY JOURNEY THROUGH TIME: +++ FACEBOOK: +++ WEBSITE: +++ INSTAGRAM:

Inside the Labyrinth's Homage to Fort Frederick 18th Century Market Fair 2020

The Fort Frederick 18th Century Market Fair is a living history and reenactment event put on by the Friends of Fort Frederick. It takes place every year during the last weekend of April at Fort Frederick State Park in Big Poole, Maryland and is largely attended by reenactors, period appropriate sutlers, and the general public alike. Unfortunately due to the events surrounding Covid-19, Fort Frederick Market Fair 2020 will not be taking place this year. And many of us are feeling that loss as for many, it marks the beginning of the reenactment event season. Not to mention it draws some really amazing sutlers (vendors)! I have made some great friends over the last few years attending and it is always an amazing experience. And of course I've done some great shopping there! This year, I am doing a sort of homage to the event here since we can't be there in person (as I would have been doing some livestreaming and podcast interviews from there anyway!). Instead we can go virtu

Fort Ligonier - Ligonier, PA

Well hey there! I hope you are continuing to stay safe and well during this craziest of times! Of course, a great portion of this blog is documenting my travels, particularly my travels to history sites and my many adventures in living history, performing historical music and reenacting. Sadly, though, due to the current Covid-19 events surrounding our world, the first 2020 events have either been cancelled or postponed. But that does not mean I am without material! Now one site that I have ventured to quite frequently is Fort Ligonier. Between participating with my French Unit in Fort Ligonier Days, performing for their Cannon Ball and Twelfth Night Celebration with the music group Wayward Companions, or taking in a lecture, I have enjoyed my time at Fort Ligonier along with being a member of the organization! Fort Ligonier's history is one written as "the Fort that held the fate of an empire", according to their website. It was constructed after Fort Duquesne f