2013 PACIFIC PRIMITIVE
Yes 2013 is almost here. This year the PPR will be at:
SHIRT TAIL CREEK
FUN PHOTOS FROM OUR 2007 RONDY. PLEASE COME AND JOIN US FOR MORE OF THE SAME IN 2013.
THANKS TO SNJACOBSON FOR USE OF PHOTOS
Welcome to Shirt Tail Creek, Seneca, Oregon 2013
This is a pre 1840 primitive rendezvous. Anything non-primitive needs to be under cover in your tent or lodge. Primitive footwear is required at all times when you are on the trails or on
Traders Row. If your feet hurt and you need to wear non-primitive foot wear stay in your camp and relax. Loud and non-primitive print shirts should be left at home as you will be asked to
take them off. NO CELL PHONES out in public. If you must use one go to the parking lot or out of camp where you can't be seen. You are expected to arrive and leave in Primitive Attire and
stay in period correct attire while in camp. These simple rules will be enforced so help us make this a great primitive event.
Thank You for coming and have a great time.
Fee will include a medallion for everyone over the age of 13. Pre-Registration Deadline is: May 20, 2013. Failure to pre-register will result in a $20.00 late fee.
Gate Hours & Registration
On Friday, June 14th the gate will Open from 7:00 am to7:00 pm for all Blanket Traders and Campers. These same hours will be in effect Saturday, June 15th.
Sunday, June 16th hours will be 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. All vehicles must be out of camp one half (1/2) hour after the gate closes.
The gate will close at 5:00 pm Sunday, June 16th, and remain closed (except for emergency vehicles) until Saturday, June 22nd at 6:00 am.
Registration will be open daily during the event from 8:00 to 9:00 am & 3:00 to 4:00 pm.
Registration Chief: Denise Whitman ~ e-mail email@example.com
PPR 2013 will provide toilets, garbage dumpster, and water. There is limited firewood on site. Only use downed trees or wood. NO Cutting of live trees.
RV’s must be fully contained. The RV’s will be set up in the parking area.
Ice will be available for purchase.
The gate will be open for Pre-Registered Full Traders only Wed. June 12th from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm For Non Pre-Registered Full Traders the gate will open Thur. June 13th from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. Trade Fee will be in addition to the camp fee. All trade items MUST conform to pre 1840 era and the spirit of the event. Food vendors need to have the proper permits from Grant County, OR to serve food. Trade Guidelines available on request. Beginning Thursday, June 13th NO Vehicles will remain in camp overnight. For more information contact the Trade Chief.
Trade Chief: Dale (Blond Bear) Colman ~ e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Trade Gun, Rifle, Squirrel Gun, Novelty, Shotgun & Pistol.
Pee-Wee Rifle, Archery Trail and Hawk & Knife Trail
Shooting Chief: Ralph “Stump” Torpin ~ e-mail email@example.com (541) 536-6050
Obstacle course/weapons, Trappers Run, Parade, Horse
Seminar on Primitive Horse Gear.
Marvin “Water Moccasin” Simonson (541) 755 5476
We have a lot of fun things planned for the kids this year including primitive skills workshops,
games, craft for the wee ones, and of course the Seneca Run. Every time you come to an
event your name will go into a drawing for the participation prizes to be drawn during
|Pee Wee’s||Rifle, bag and horn|
|Treasure Box full of toys|
|Juniors||Pistol, bag and horn|
|Bow and arrows|
|Fancy Custom Knife and sheath|
We will also do the blanket prize draw on Friday, keep checking this site for more information. If you would like to help with any of our events or have any questions please feel free to give me a call (541) 258-7463 or facebook me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not send me a regular email as I am very bad about checking it. Can't wait to see all of you.
Patty Tabor Kids Chife ~ e-mail email@example.com (541) 258-7463
Seminars may include:
|Basket Making||Card Weaving|
|Historic Beads||4 Strand Braiding|
|Beading on Brain||Tan Drum Painting|
|Brush Making||Hand Talke|
|Broom Making||Gun Cleaning|
|Basic Embroidery||Knife Sharpening|
|Skinning Critters||Inkle Loom Weaving|
|Colonial Life||Drop Spindle|
|Drum Making||Hide Painting|
|History Seminars||Knitting dish cloth and pot holder|
|Flute Playing||Period Clothing|
|Pine Needle Baskets||Pottery- History|
|Primitive Lighting||Dutch Oven Cooking|
|Scottish Trapper History||Soap Making|
|Stone Bowls||Pigments and Paint Brushes|
|Embroidered dish cloth|
|Cape from a Blanket (bring your own blanket)||And many more|
Seminar Chief: Denise Roberts ~ email LadyOR123@yahoo.com
If you are planning on bring your dog to the Rendezvous, consider: Is it really a Rendezvous Dog? Does it get along well with others, human or canine? It Will be on a leash (10 feet max) attached to a human or tied to something solid in your camp. Remember any waste or droppings your dog produces you must clean up. Don’t let your dog ruin someone else’s Rendezvous experience.
The Rendezvous site is located outside of Seneca, Oregon off of Hwy 395 between John Day, Oregon, and Burns, Oregon. Signs will be posted from the town of Seneca to the Rendezvous near Shirt Tail Creek.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
Co- Booshwy Glen “Frenchie” La Chapelle (541)385-7446
Co-Boshway Marvin “Water Moccasin” Simonson (541) 755-5476