wedding shot at Rattle & Snap antebellum mansion, in Mt.
Pleasant, Tennessee, just one of many times Fiddlers Green carriages
get used to help someone slip back to the Victorian era.
Bill & Deborah conduct lectures and demonstrations on 19th
century modes of transportation, period dress, and horse furniture
for schools, civic groups, and historical clubs.
Bill is actively
involved in Civil War reenactments using saddles and head
gear made by Double Branch Saddlery. Pictured above
is the headquarters staff of the 1st Confederate Division, the
national western reenactment organization. "Colonel"
Bill Glidden, Chief of Staff, is in right front foreground.
In the background center is Ken Knopp, friend and author of
a soon to be released book on saddles of Civil War era.
acted in and was a horse consultant for an episode of A&E
Networks Americas Greatest Castles, the show was filmed at Belle
Meade Mansion in Nashville, Tennessee, and aired nationally
in the spring of 1999.
do enjoy just riding, every outing is a test for our products,
this may be why my friends say I'm all wet, ya recken?!!