Taylor (left) and Heather Sapergia from Prince George came in their historical frontier teepee to participate in Heritage Days. Camping out

Heritage Days at Fort St. James National Historic Site

Taylor (left) and Heather Sapergia from Prince George came in their historical frontier teepee to participate in Heritage Days. Camping out, they delivered historical talks and black powder demos at the Fort St. James Historic Park on the August long weekend.

 

Taylor (left) and Heather Sapergia from Prince George came in their historical frontier teepee to participate in Heritage Days. Camping out, they delivered historical talks and black powder demos at the Fort St. James Historic Park on the August long weekend.

 

 

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