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Camp Far West Expedition 2009
Two day expedition at Camp Far West Lake near the original Camp.
Date(s): 14 & 15 March, 2009 (1863). Album by 2nd cal cav member. 1 - 107 of 107 Total. 7798 Visits.
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A ghostly image of 1st Sgt. Baldwin (Frontella)

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The enlisted Company street at night.

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Guidons covered for the night, and the warmth of the fire.

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A trooper's (1st Sgt. Baldwin's) home in the field, lit by candle.

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With better light the candle is revealed to be red, no doubt procured from a cat house in Marysville.

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Indian spirits watch us on every march.

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Fresh eggs, foraged from local ranches and kept hidden from the Ordnance Sgt.

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Shelter tents and horses in the morning.

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Horses are fed before we feed ourselves.

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"Morning Report"? or just good coffee!

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First Sgt. William Baldwin (Brian Frontella)

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We encounter a small mining town but find it deserted. Were the inhabitants driven off by "unfriendlies"?

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The town's only remaining citizen is a cat left to forage for itself. But was pretty good eatin' later that night.

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By twos, on patrol along the east shore.

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"Dismount and repair that telegraph line."

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1st Sgt. William Baldwin (Frontella) and Cpt. Augustus Starr (Treco)

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Equipment check. Guidon bearers are Cpls. Shimaell (Winters) and Whiting (Wangberg)

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Capt. Starr's (Treco) horse "Shiloh" grazes by the lake with Guidons flying.

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Company Guidons mark the location of our Noon Mess

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Cpt. AW Starr (DG Treco) and his mount "Shiloh" both grazing by lake. Note the "watering bridle" still on the horse allowing for grazing and drinking.

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Dead wood for a table, green grass for the horses, and good food from our Haversacks.

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A trooper's buffet table.

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Men and horses "dine" together.

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Cpt. Starr (Treco) and "Shiloh"

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L-R: Cpl. Kent (Paisley), Cpt. Starr (Treco), 1Sgt. Baldwin (Frontella)

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"Captain, you keep drinking that and we won't be able to understand any of your commands...not that we ever do anyway!"

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Cpt. Starr (Treco) and 1Sgt. Baldwin (Frontella)

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Pvt. Martin Luther Bramhall (Richard Andrus) prepares a carrot treat for the horses.

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"Where's the beef!?"

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Personal affects.

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Ready for the night.

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Dog tent and picket-line.

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A well stocked haversack.

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Keep Away From Open Flame

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First Sgt. William Baldwin (Brian Frontella)

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What's for chow?

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Fresh Rabbitt!

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"Tastes like chicken."

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Sunset patrol on the lake.

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Cpl.Shimaell (Winters) sleeps with his Remington.

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A cold morning.

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A look around camp

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A road well traveled

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Regimental colors

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Cackleberries, cooked to order

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Playing for peanuts

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Sampling sow-belly

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Into the sunset

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NOON MESS ON THE LAKE
Hardtack, peanuts, salami, soda crackers and more on Noon Mess on the East shore. No unfriendlies located so the men are able to relax.

 
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