It was a great site to see. All of the period boats bobbing on the water, sails waiting to be unfurled. The sky in the distance was a dark blue that faded to azure with white puffy clouds. No one could ask for a better day for Pirates of Paynetown.
After finding a parking spot and unloading our gear - we went to work. I found a spot facing Lake Monroe and the area where the re-enactment would begin.
Nathan Logsdon and Jennifer Aynes organized the event which went off without a hitch. I talked to many of the re-enactors who all said this was one of their favorite events. The backdrop of the lake, the cool breeze blowing in - all make it a perfect place to camp.