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|Mistress Kass, Miss Elizabeth and Miss Allison in a period setting before the Ball 2004.
|Kass is led onto the dance floor at the Colonial Christmas Ball 2004.
|Bob and Kass get ready to cut a rug at the Colonial Christmas Ball in New Hope, PA December 2004
|Ending the evening with a waltz at the Colonial Christmas Ball
|Honouring the Company
|Kass and Bob begin the Bachmann Colonial Ball (October 2004) with a minuet
|Bob promenades down the set with young Allison as Kass, Zach, Marianne and Matthew wait their turns
|A merry company dances at the 2004 Bachmann Colonial Ball
|Lars and Brit do the Virginia Reel
|Kass and Bob pose at the Bachman's 250th Anniversary Ball. Kass convinces Carl Cooper to dance the Virginia Reel.
|Bob listens to the discourse about the sorry actions of the Bostonians aginst Good King George while Kass lectures the patrons on the proper treatment of lazy servants at the Bachman House Tavern Night, July 2002.
|Bob and Kass pose for a patron. Kass takes a break from spinning at Easton Heritage Day, July 2002.
|Kass and Bob at the Colonial Christmas Ball in New Hope — December 2001
|Kass and Caroline confer
|Kass and Lisa at the Ball
|Another disreputable sea dog...
|Dawn at the Olympic Torch Crossing at Washington Crossing — December 2001
|The cannon fires...
|...and the runner runs!
|Washington Crossing State Park's "All Women's Gun Crew" — 4 July, 2001
|A Sailor of some disrepute
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