New historical sign and cell phone audio tour
10am September 14, 2013 Saturday was about THE YESTERDAY OF 1756 TO 1758, commemorating both a new historical sign and an audio cell phone tour. Notice the flag of Great Britain, only some 56 years old from the uniting of England and Scotland. Great group of people here.
Author, Norman Baker, an engineer in various capacities with the space program, a fighter on Iwo Jima, and a million weekends of recovering traces of the Braddock Road and also huge research on Fort Loudoun itself. Norman Baker was on hand to sign for his, "Braddock's Road" book.
Scott Straub, an air traffic controller, the project leader on both that new sign and audio cell phone tour. When installing the sign after getting a jack hammer to bore through rock, the rock itself bored its way to an awful realization of what George Washington's men had to go through blasting way down 103 feet for a Well to make the fort self sufficient.
Barry Lee attended. Barry and other local radio personalities provided their professional services for the audio cell phone tour (the first for any Winchester historical group)
Mayor Liz Minor with President Linda Ross on hand to commemorate this new historical sign and audio cell phone tour
A Sign Place
Bank of Clarke County
Listen to Cell Phone Tour
Cell phone tour by Micheal Giniger of Spatial Adventures