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Decked out in their 1800s Fort Langley garb, Aman Johal (right), Colin Barret and Janice Uebelhardt sample chicken stew cooked traditionally with a hot basalt rock at the Fur Trade Cook-off, part of the annual Brigade Days festival at the Fort Langley National Historic Site. The festival ran Friday to Monday and was a meeting of period re-enactors from all over British Columbia and Washington decked out in 19th venturing clothing, “roughing it” in canvas tents and cooking over an open fire.  - Alyssa O
Decked out in their 1800s Fort Langley garb, Aman Johal (right), Colin Barret and Janice Uebelhardt sample chicken stew cooked traditionally with a hot basalt rock at the Fur Trade Cook-off, part of the annual Brigade Days festival at the Fort Langley National Historic Site. The festival ran Friday to Monday and was a meeting of period re-enactors from all over British Columbia and Washington decked out in 19th venturing clothing, “roughing it” in canvas tents and cooking over an open fire.
— image credit: Alyssa O'Dell/Langley Times
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