quick shout out! Tuesday, Oct 7 2008 

I just want to give a quick shout out to one of my fellow Rangerettes….Eliza West. Eliza had an interview on TV with one Patricia Araujo. Eliza is a volunteer at the Ethan Allen Homestead.

Check it out here.


moving to NYC!! Tuesday, Jul 1 2008 

I will be moving to NYC in 9 days to pursue professional goals. I got a sweet job at a visual marketing company and will be crazy busy both working and exploring the city. So, I am putting an end to this blog. Please visit my website to keep in touch!

This blog has been entertaining to say the least. What started off as strictly a course assignment has turned into quite the sucessful blog…8,318 hits to date!!!

Thank you to all who participated and shared your stories, opinions, laughs…

new look! Saturday, Jun 7 2008 

I know I just recently launched www.livinghistoryphotography.com, but it is never too early to make improvements! Check it out……great new look!!

NEW WEBSITE Friday, May 30 2008 

I am happy to report the launch of my latest website www.livinghistoryphotography.com. It is still a work in progress, but you should definitely go check it out!

Living History Photography is my latest project, and with the summer upon us and events around the corner…I find myself being terribly antsy to get started shooting again! If you’re interested in modeling you can e-mail me at megan@livinghistoryphotography.com.

I love attention… Monday, Apr 28 2008 

So this post is old…but I thought I would share it with you anyways:

Isabella :-) Monday, Apr 28 2008 

For those of you who haven’t heard yet…Lauren’s daughter, my niece, has been named Isabella Jozlynn. Is that not the cutest/prettiest name for a little future ranger-ette? πŸ™‚

Only a few more months until we get to meet her!

Second year in a row!! Sunday, Jan 27 2008 

I just wanted to take the time to share some exciting news πŸ™‚ I am once again a Finalist in Photographer’s Forum 28th Annual College Photography Contest, co-sponsored by Nikon. This year over 4,000 students participated from the United States, Canada, and countries around the world. The top 5% of this group were chosen to be Finalists. This photograph of mine will be published in the Best of College Photography Annual 2008, a hardbound publication.

schedule…version 1 Tuesday, Jan 22 2008 

Below is the schedule of events the Herricks group will be attending this year…maybe…as of now…subject to change.


7 – 8 #4 Siege of 1747 French and Native war parties
descend on The Fort at No. 4 to battle the New England militia during
King George’s War. Join us as we recreate the historic Siege of 1747 in
which the forces of France tried to push the English colonists out of
the Connecticut River Valley. Fort battles scheduled for noon and 2:00
each day

27 – 29 Ti commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the Battle
of Carillon.


4 Woodsville Parade


The battle cry has sounded! British and French troops along with Native
Americans from across the United States and Canada will gather to
commemorate the 250th Anniversary of the French and Indian War. Also,
take time to visit Sutler Row for those much needed 18th century items.
Battles are scheduled for 2:00 on Saturday and 1:00 on Sunday.


1 Labor Day Parade Northfield

6 – 7 Ft Ti – Rev War Reenactors portraying British, German, Continental,
and Native forces depict the war for (and against)American independence.

13 – 14 Plattsburg 1812 Sched avail in July

There will be another member born this summer!!!! Sunday, Jan 20 2008 

I’m excited to announce that my sister Lauren is pregnant πŸ™‚

I’m going to be an aunt!

Her due date is July 24th.

any interest?? Wednesday, Nov 14 2007 

OK so I know I haven’t posted on this blog in it seems like forever, BUT I have been “blogging”. I have a NEW BLOG that I use for more of a journal now. I also just launched my website this past Sunday www.megancharland.com. It still needs some work, but I made it all by myself and I’m proud of the job I did πŸ™‚ So check out my new blog and website and let me know what you think!

On another note more related to this blog… This spring I want to do a full production photo shoot. My plan is to try to get as many 18th century reenactors together at my mother’s house in Peru, NY as possible. I’m a poor college student, so I will be unable to pay you, BUT I will buy yummy food and we can have a cook out πŸ™‚ Also, by signing a modelling contract for me I will give you your choice of prints (up to four (4) 8″x12″ glossy or luster) from the shoot. My goal is to get between 10-15 participants. This is all in the beginning planning stages so right now I’m just seeing if there is any interest. More details to follow…

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