The Patuxents and friends built this authentic Eastern Woodland Indian
Longhouse. It has 8 layers of bark on the roof and 5 in the walls. It
withstood the mighty Potomac River in full flood!
This is our annual hunt and scout. We were on Shaver's Mountain in West Virginia
late October in 1996.
My good friend and brother John Lowe getting his pack ready before
We had split the group to lessen the impact of our presence. Here we
gathered meet at our predetermined campsite.
Some of my Patuxent brothers (Bill Mullens, Parson, and Mike Small)
have a little parley before hitting the woods to hunt.
My buddy Dave Kidweiler.
Scott Lowe is either lost or a poser!
Brian, Phillip, and I fixin' vittles.
Our last night in the woods.
Back at the cabin, John tells a story that Mike ain't quite
John and Bill lose a shootin' match and have to jump in this snowmelt
mountain stream (they didn't smell none too good anyhow)
This is the gang after a week on the mountain. If you ever see me,
ask me about the sign. I would be glad to tell you about it!
Here are some pictures of various other events.
The next images are from the Patuxent Summer Rendezvous '97.
John Lowe enjoying the river and fixin breakfast.