Posted by Rich/Mohican Press on February 08, 1998 at 05:48:24:
OK, you can all take a deep breath and return to your former color (as opposed to BLUE!). Our Eric Schweig interview is up and ready for you to read. We truly hope you enjoy it. Yes, yes, yes ... we know we could have asked him this & should have asked him that! No matter what we asked, there would have been a million more things we could have asked. One question always leads to another. We would welcome your feedback, however!
Mark Baker adds a segment, as well, and we have a new page up in our Mohican Gift Shop ... leatherstockings! All the arrangements are not yet finalized on this item, but we thought you might enjoy a peek. All three of these new additions can be accessed through our Opening Page.
Also, in case you missed it, we wanted to mention that our own Bill Rooks is working on building replicas of Hawkeye's rifle, KIlldeer, to be sold through this site. They are based on Wayne Watson's original plans for the gun, with Michael Mann's aesthetic touches thrown in. In the end, they will be fairly exact representations of the rifle you see on screen. Should be ready in June! We've seen photos of other guns Bill has built. He does good work! Then, there's Myrrh, who has just put up her own Web Site. It is in its formative stages, but, as we understand it, it will be, eventually, a "The Last of the Mohicans" site, with a page, or pages, devoted to each character. So far, she has up only her Uncas pages. Pretty good timing, we'd say, as we now have our ES interview up. You can visit Myrrh's site via our Links Page. She would enjoy some feedback from all of you, we're sure!
We've also updated The Gathering page, just a bit. The weekend WILL include a big-screen showing of LOTM, as well as that raging bonfire so many have clamored for ... skewered Bill-kabobs, after all! It really doesn't get any better than that! If you're at all interested in attending, please visit the page ... and use the Email link on that page to get in touch with Marcia! Much more to come ...
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