|Public History Bison connects to the memory of US POWs at Andersonville National|
Historic Site by drinking from Providence Spring after the walk from the Visitor Center.
|Public History Bison investigates my reproduction historical footwear before our panel on costuming for living history at Bridging Ages 2013. (From left to right: Low-Top Moccasin by Medieval Moccasins, Pemberley Regency Leather Slippers by American Duchess, Astoria Edwardian Leather Shoes by American Duchess, 1930s Black Oxford by Aris Allen, original 1940s)|
|"Are you eating my family?!?!?!" I assure Public History Bison that my burger is elk, not bison at Mill Street Brewery in Ottawa during NCPH 2013.|
|Nobody checked his ID at D'Arcy McGee's Irish Pub.|
|Public History Bison chooses poorly at the Canadian War Museum.|
|So that's what happened to my Timbits!|