Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Fort Tejon Student Living History Program

This was a trip that we will never forget - definitely a highlight of the school year.  No electricity, no running water, no Game Boys, dinner by candlelight... this was as close to an accurate depiction of life in 1856 as one is likely to find.  Thank you to Mrs. Ehrlich and the other 4th grade teachers for organizing this amazing experience for our kids, aka Recruits.  Give the slideshow a few seconds to load the first time you play it and turn up the volume.

Mitchel Wu Photography - Capturing Life, Love and Laughter.  
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  1. Mitch,

    This is great! What an amazing job you did, and what photogenic kids!

    Cheryle Ehrlich

  2. Mitch, you and Rachel did a wonderful job capturing Ft. Tejon and it's newest recruits! Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos! Oh, and I loved the music...


  3. made my cry. That is a wonderful memory of a trip and a moment in time. Thank you for being generous with your talent.

    -Laura Miller

  4. WOW...Thanks you so much for sharing this great video, you did a fabulous job capturing Fort Tejon, and all of the kids looked like they had a great time, Great pictures!! Thanks again for sharing!!
    Denise Carberry

  5. love it! you did great!thank you so much for your time and patience.

    John Smith

  6. I am Adan Saldana's grandmother and I live it Arkansas. Thank you so much for the video it was wonderful seeing this great adventure with Adan

  7. What wonderful memories foe these kids! Good job.

    Bryson Carberry's grandparents in Flagstaff, AZ

    Grammie Jan & Papa Lar