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Date Posted: 20:52:22 11/26/08 Wed
Author: Terre Lawson
Subject: Re: Water was genius
In reply to: Muleskinner 's message, "Re: Water was genius" on 11:10:03 11/25/08 Tue

>I seem to remember the Wagons hauling lots of water
>too. One wagon even had a water pump in it that the
>special forces carry. If I can find a few more wood
>kegs I may add a few kegs of water to the top line of
>the wagon. It will look better than blue plastic and
>do say 4 canteens at a time.

I've got one and possibly two barrels in storage down in South Alabama--full sized metal banded oak whiskey barrels--alas, not wood banded. These have had the top cut out and hinged--thus are useful to be dipped out of, but not as a tapped barrel. Happy to loan them, y'all pick up and return. I'll check the condition of them when I am down there early next month.

I've also still got the source of 'free for the asking and the transport if you promise to use them for living history' full sized oak charred interior whiskey barrels. You'd have to transport these from central Kentucky, and likely do something about the modern brand name markings on the barrel. These would be tappable, and you'd get to keep them.

Kind Regards,
Terre Lawson

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