Vietnam Vet Finds Self At Furry, 1800s Mountain Man Rendezvous

Vietnam Veteran who give his name only as "Grizz" say the Mountain Man Rendezvous across the county, which are like a reenactment of 1800's encampments in which trappers and mountain men sold their furs and hides have help hime find new life.

  • Such events held from 1825 to 1840 were at various locations across the country and organized by a fur trading company.
  • Trappers and mountain men sold their furs and hides, also came met at the rendezvous to replenished  supplies.
  • Modern day attendees dress as buckskin-clad mountain men and women and gather with goods to sell.
  • Grizz, was at one such event on outside of Yellowstone National Park.
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