Recently I spent a week at the AMM Western Territorials near Canton, KS. I had a great time meeting new brothers, shooting, camping, cooking, learning and butchering a buffalo. We had colleges in horse packing, sign language, trekking gear for horse trekking, prairie botany and killed, gutted and skinned a buffalo. The food was great, thanks to Missouri Jim and John Miller. John also did a fine job on the shooting range!
We had very little moon as it was waning. We had only one night of rain. A tornado came close but missed us by a few miles. I saw fewer than 10 mosquitoes the entire week. We had some wood ticks around early in the week but as it cooled off they slowed down. A couple of us got too close to the poison ivy/oak and have been reminded daily of our trip to Kansas.
Denny Leonard brought a Red River cart to haul stuff in and out of camp. It worked very well, thanks Denny!
Attached are some pictures from that fine event.