I know everyone thinks they live in best part of the country, but you and I and @subdood_ky_z6b, @zazlev, @RobThomas, and a few others here know they only think that because they haven't lived here. hahaha I can hear the keyboards firing up now! Seriously, though, we do have the ability to grow as wide of a variety of fruits as almost anyone anywhere
Anyway, I really just wanted to tell you how neat I think it is that you were a weaver at Fort Boonesborough. I thought that place was so neat and I kind of wondered who those people were that worked there. I actually vaguely remember a lady who was doing some weaving the one time I went there- sound like there is a good chance I have seen you in person! (This would have been 1995-1996).
We have a place down here called Shaker Village that, as I understand it, also has people doing living history. I'm downright ashamed that I've never even been there but I hear it is very fun and educational, and as a bit of a history buff I know I'd enjoy it.
BTW, in case you haven't noticed yet, I'm a bit infamous around here for using 5 words when 1 would do (- ie for having long posts.) haha But its especially fun to meet someone in the same general area who shares the same interests (fruit, history, etc) so I couldn't help but blather on. haha.