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Hey All, Well the WOTLM’s hit the hill running. Randy and Britt led the charge and arrived on Wednesday. Rest of us were to meet between 10:00 and 11:00 Friday morning in Leota. Our total number was to be nine in all, but when we arrived at the meeting place and proceeded to the hill we were only seven in number. Lyle had overslept and we went in with out him or Jim. Jim had a better offer and decided we would have to do without him. Lyle arrived later in the afternoon. Timmy Youder accepted the burden of upholding the WOTLM honor and is the "King of the Hill !”. Plus he is also the Hawk champion! With Lyle a close second for the coveted paddle with one less hit than Tim. Over all with first pick from the blanket was Allen Pecan, & right behind him was Alex Allen. With the rest of us falling in behind them with lower scores. Luck shot was Alan Pecan, with Alex Allen the knife winner. Winner of “Best Camp” was WOTLM camp of Tim, Steve, and myself. Prize was a rain poncho which was given to Steve as Tim & I already have rain gear. We of course had euchre games, and the normal frivolity along with a toast to the birthday boys Clarance Craver, and Gucci, with Lord Calvin being absent. With rain all through the night the dawn looked less frightening, but as the morning preceded along it was decided to have the blanket early. But, to no avail after the tents were down, it rained again so we left camp wet any how. Well there are the highlights as I recall. Good camp, and another good weekend with good friends. Until next we meet, keep em in the black!



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AMM WINTER CAMP POEM

Thru wind, rain, snow and slop.

The WOTLMs will party until they drop.

With straw below and cloth overhead.

We'll be there when others are dead.

So in the ice, frost, wind and snow.

Off to the AMM WINTER CAMP we all go.

The wilderness boys will shudder with fear.

Just thinkin the WOTLM boys will be near.

So gather your plunder, gun and tea.

And get your sorry ass to the WOTLM MARQUEE.

Author Unknown



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This is the official site of The W.O.T.L.M., we are a party of The Michigan brigade of The American Mountain Men.Our group was formed in 1989 and we recieved our charter with the A.M.M. on the 21st day of February, 1990.





The basic reason for bringing this party into existence was to create an organized group of peaple that could share there thoughts on buckskinning, and there talents in creating the neccessary gear to portray the explorers, and settlers of this great country in the 18th and 19th centuries. Some of us have set our sights on the french&Indian war period, and the longhunter persona. We have done a few two and three day treks. but our biggest events are the winter camps.



A.M.M.motto... "Aux Aliments du Pays" { sustenance of the land, or to get along with such provisions as you can extract from the country.}



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