Above: Coal Mountain, W.Va., resident Doug Wood applied bear grease and body paint to seven year old Aydan Morris from Carlisle as part of the re-enactment.

Left: Joe Lycan, foregoing the stereotypical coonskin cap, took on the role of Daniel Boone. Lycan and his wife own Servant Heart Farm where the re-enactment took place.
Above: Coal Mountain, W.Va., resident Doug Wood applied bear grease and body paint to seven year old Aydan Morris from Carlisle as part of the re-enactment. Left: Joe Lycan, foregoing the stereotypical coonskin cap, took on the role of Daniel Boone. Lycan and his wife own Servant Heart Farm where the re-enactment took place. Herald-Leader
Above: Coal Mountain, W.Va., resident Doug Wood applied bear grease and body paint to seven year old Aydan Morris from Carlisle as part of the re-enactment. Left: Joe Lycan, foregoing the stereotypical coonskin cap, took on the role of Daniel Boone. Lycan and his wife own Servant Heart Farm where the re-enactment took place. Herald-Leader

Re-enactors portray Revolutionary War-era figures at Wilmore's Servant Heart Farm

May 31, 2014 09:35 PM

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