Fasiangy, pr Mardi Gras is three weeks feast starting at Three Kings holiday (06.01) till the night before Ash Wednesday. The Ash Wednesday is first of 40 days fasting time, which ends by Easter
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Another Fasiangy typical fried pastry, this are from still dough.
Sweet fried pastry from risen dough are typical Fasiangy main dish along meat ware from freshly killed pig done my hand
Mardi Gras, Pentecost, Easter goes, Who does not have winter fur, will be cold. I do not have, I just shiver, give me bacon,that I can eat. Carnival, carnivals, carnival times While ones drink, others at the table are eating sausages. Here they don't give, here they gave, this horse was killed, there are ribs. And we poor students, we have nothing to eat. We have to walk from house to house trough the village.
Mostly animal masks (goat, bear, deer) are worn during Fasiangy entertainment. In old times boys in the scary masks went from doors to doors singing Fasiangy, Turice... song asking for a piece of bacon (freshly made)
The favorite time for pig slaughter and its meat processing is Fasiangy
Tuesday before Ash Wednesday are musical instruments "buried" to symbolize fasting times
March trough the village, with music and masks during Fasiangy feast
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Pagan Winter Festival Costume
M. S. Stranger - Alaska Sea Scout Expedition of 1937-Eskimo with mask Mr. Fred E. Lewis, the owner of the yacht called 'Stranger'. on a trip of Sea Scouts from Newport Beach CA., to Alaska in 1937. These photos are taken by my grandfather who was one of the Sea Scouts on this trip. His name was Byron F. Quivey