We saw signs around town for a Kekiongan Festival. What the heck is that, we wondered? Local Indians named the nearby river Kekiongan. The Indians also taught early settlers how to live in this land. Many of them wouldn't have made it without their help. The festival is an authentic encampment requiring participants to re-enact life as it was before 1800.
I watched the bowmen shoot with their handmade bows and arrows and leather quivers.
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