continuation of he last storyboard on Anne Elinor Prevost
One thing that Anne always loved to do as a child was horseback riding. She would ride for hours and hours on end.
Back in my time it was formal for the ladies had to sit sidesaddle while the men sat in straddle position.
Anne also loved to snowshoe, she would trek for miles and miles on end.
I love to snowshoe!!!
Anne loved to climb! She would climb mountains, trees, etc. Fun fact: Anne climbed a rocky outcrop with some other men.
Phew... I made it to the top! I am exhausted!
Now lets take a quick look at Anne's family members.
As you may know, this is my father sir George Prevost. And this is my mother Catherine Anne Philips Prevost. Fun fact: the names and physical features of my other four siblings are unknown to this generation.
Anne did not really like the idea of America going to war with Britain.
I thought those abominable Yankees that they call America deserved a good drubbing for having dared to think of going to War with England.
Fun fact: The treaty of Ghent signed on December 24, 1814 to end the war did not address the issue of taking men into the military with compulsion with and without notice beforehand.
I hope you enjoyed reading about my life in the war of 1812 and you also learned a bit about myself I see! Well I hope you enjoyed! Have a wonderful day!