LAGUNA MOUNTAIN VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION PRESENTS 27TH ANNUAL LIVING HISTORY PRESENTATION ON LABOR DAY WEEKEND

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August 23, 2014 (Mount Laguna)--See the past come alive in this re-enactment of life in the Laguna mountains, going back in time to before the early 1900s. Visit with Native Americans, surveyors, turn-of-the-(last) century mountain men and rugged cowboys of the Campo Cattle Company. Meet the first Cleveland Forest Ranger on the Descanso District, and relive the travels of a 1908 pioneer family from Imperial Valley.

This year, Living History is dedicated to long-time “Mountain Man” George Cole, who recently passed away and his wife, Mary, who has been involved in Living History for many years.  Both were active in many areas of LMVA.

In addition,  the event celebrates Smokey the Bear’s 70th birthday at the same time.  He, too, has been a part of Living History all these years.

WHEN: Living History is held for two days on Labor Day Weekend, Saturday, August 30 and Sunday, August 31.

WHAT: Hourly tour presentations begin at 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 pm. Free admission. Bring the family and don’t miss the fun!

WHERE: At the Red-tailed Roost Volunteer Headquarters at Mount Laguna in the Cleveland National Forest. The Red-Tailed Roost is 45 miles east of San Diego on I-8, then 8.5 miles N on Sunrise Highway (on the left just past mile marker 22.5).


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