Covington gets ‘Rowdy’

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Festival-goers walk back and forth from the mountain men encampment using the “Friendship Bridge” during the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington on Labor Day weekend.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Ken Dearth and his wife, Carla (not pictured) of near Lewisburg, post the American flag at their camp during the festival in Covington. The Dearth family said it’s their third year visiting the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington of Labor Day weekend.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Carl Collins of Union City allows the dew to settle on the ground so that the butt of his rifles, including a Kentucky long rifle, do not rust during the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News A woman, who wished to remain unidentified, uses charcoal paper, nesting and flint to create a spark for a fire at her Runamuke in the Valley of the Unconcerned shop during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Gathering on Saturday, Sept. 3, in Covington.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Titus Bowman performs during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Alex LeVeck of Mountain Man Blacksmith Company sharpens a tomahawk during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Days Festival in Covington.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Festival-goers walk back and forth from the mountain men encampment using the “Friendship Bridge” during the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington on Labor Day weekend.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Ken Dearth and his wife, Carla (not pictured) of near Lewisburg, post the American flag at their camp during the festival in Covington. The Dearth family said it’s their third year visiting the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington of Labor Day weekend.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Carl Collins of Union City allows the dew to settle on the ground so that the butt of his rifles, including a Kentucky long rifle, do not rust during the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

A woman, who wished to remain unidentified, uses charcoal paper, nesting and flint to create a spark for a fire at her Runamuke in the Valley of the Unconcerned shop during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Gathering on Saturday, Sept. 3, in Covington.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Titus Bowman performs during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Alex LeVeck of Mountain Man Blacksmith Company sharpens a tomahawk during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Days Festival in Covington.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Festival-goers walk back and forth from the mountain men encampment using the “Friendship Bridge” during the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington on Labor Day weekend.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Rowdy_bridge_1600.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Festival-goers walk back and forth from the mountain men encampment using the “Friendship Bridge” during the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington on Labor Day weekend.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Ken Dearth and his wife, Carla (not pictured) of near Lewisburg, post the American flag at their camp during the festival in Covington. The Dearth family said it’s their third year visiting the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington of Labor Day weekend.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Rowdy_flag_1420.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Ken Dearth and his wife, Carla (not pictured) of near Lewisburg, post the American flag at their camp during the festival in Covington. The Dearth family said it’s their third year visiting the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington of Labor Day weekend.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Carl Collins of Union City allows the dew to settle on the ground so that the butt of his rifles, including a Kentucky long rifle, do not rust during the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Rowdy_rifle_1446.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Carl Collins of Union City allows the dew to settle on the ground so that the butt of his rifles, including a Kentucky long rifle, do not rust during the Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News A woman, who wished to remain unidentified, uses charcoal paper, nesting and flint to create a spark for a fire at her Runamuke in the Valley of the Unconcerned shop during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Gathering on Saturday, Sept. 3, in Covington.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Rowdy_Mud_1504.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News A woman, who wished to remain unidentified, uses charcoal paper, nesting and flint to create a spark for a fire at her Runamuke in the Valley of the Unconcerned shop during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Gathering on Saturday, Sept. 3, in Covington.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Titus Bowman performs during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Rowdy_Titus_1637.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Titus Bowman performs during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Alex LeVeck of Mountain Man Blacksmith Company sharpens a tomahawk during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Days Festival in Covington.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Rowdy_blacksmith_1537.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Alex LeVeck of Mountain Man Blacksmith Company sharpens a tomahawk during the 2016 Fort Rowdy Days Festival in Covington.
Covington gets ‘Rowdy’
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