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2010-08-26 / Community News

Wrinkle Family Vacation – July 2010

Grandpa Charles instructs Bradley in the old school room in Ozark Folk Center State Park. Grandpa Charles instructs Bradley in the old school room in Ozark Folk Center State Park. Charles and Lynda Wrinkle, along with their son, Randy and wife Karen, and grandchildren Meghann, Robby and Bradley, visited the Ozark Medieval Fortress in Lead

Hill, Arkansas. They share in these pictures some of their experiences while there.
Bradley, Robby and Meghann at the Queen State Park in Mena, Arkansas. Bradley, Robby and Meghann at the Queen State Park in Mena, Arkansas.
The family, except for Lynda, on the Dierks Forest Service train. The family, except for Lynda, on the Dierks Forest Service train.
Ozark Medieval Fortress, the first full-scale castle being built on American soil with quarried stones, timber, forged tools, and bare hands using the authentic techniques of the Middle Ages. Ground was broken in the fall of 2009, and the castle will be completed in 2030. A team of architectural experts will validate each stage of the construction to ensure authenticity. Ozark Medieval Fortress, the first full-scale castle being built on American soil with quarried stones, timber, forged tools, and bare hands using the authentic techniques of the Middle Ages. Ground was broken in the fall of 2009, and the castle will be completed in 2030. A team of architectural experts will validate each stage of the construction to ensure authenticity.

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