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Wagon train adventures

The Fort Seward Wagon Train hosted people from several states and a foreign country as well.

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If "Wilbur" could talk, he may have some fun stories to share from this week's Fort Seward Wagon Train.
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A woman enjoys an apple while laying in the shade of a covered wagon Wednesday, June 22, 2022. The Fort Seward Wagon Train will be back in Jamestown on Saturday, June 25.
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A Fort Seward Wagon Train patron sits on a haybale enjoying a refreshing beverage while the group rested for the lunch break.
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Children had chores of scooping water and filling cups for patrons on the wagon train.
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Two men share a hay bale to sit on and visit on Wednesday, June 22, during the Fort Seward Wagon Train.
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Some folks sit in the covered wagon after lunch to get a break from the sun on Wednesday, June 22, 2022.
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One can only imagine the stories being shared between these two patrons of the Fort Seward Wagon Train.
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A pair of teamsters demonstrate how to get a work horse prepared with equipment before being hooked up to a wagon.
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