GDG- William Addleman of the Bucktails

Tom bunco973 at
Fri Jan 27 11:52:53 CST 2012

   Thanks Andy - I'm jealous - we love your area - and the folks are really 
nice (they don't hunt & eat tourists - that's a good thing ;-D) Visitor's 
center is awesome - but the crowds are getting worse each year we go. 
Whoever thought you could see elk in the wild in Pennsylvania. And you're 
right - it is the Caledonia Pike. Had no idea of the Civil War related 
matters in the area, makes it that more enjoyable. Civil War related - the 
Bucktails were a tough bunch - derived from the lumber industry etc. - if we 
ever move - PA's the place - Gettysburg,Lancaster, Benezette - a dream land 
of my hobbies. = (Civil War-Food-Elk).

Tom B.

-----Original Message----- 
From: Andy Mills
Sent: Friday, January 27, 2012 9:32 AM
Subject: Re: GDG- William Addleman of the Bucktails

Esteemed GDG Member Contributes:
Benezette is my hometown.

The only place where you can be late for work, claiming you couldn't get the 
elk sleeping against your car to move (works better during rutting season).

To bring this back to the Civil War, they still haven't found the missing 
gold that was lost in the area.  I am not sure if it is a true story, but 
definitely talked about while having a Straubs ( ).

Not sure if you have seen it,  but they just opened a very nice visitor's 
center on Winslow's Hill.  I believe the dirt road you reference is the 
Calendonia Pike but there are dirt roads off dirt roads with the main dirt 
road being The Calendonia Pike.


-----Original Message-----

    Great post !!! - We vacation in that area (Benezette) every year in 
October (video hunt the elk) - In Driftwood,Pa - there is a great statue to 
the Bucktails (most of them came from the area) - and a dirt road that is 
still there and can be followed by car as they made their way to their 
embarkation point.

Tom B.

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