On Tuesday 29 October 2002 11:06, Dee wrote:
> Didn't you have photos somewhere of the interior of the tent?
> Folks, don't let this man fool ya--he's a genius! His tent and household
> from all the pictures is very nice, and quite geared towards authenticity.
> I've seen some of his woodworking, and he's good at that too (not to
> mention his electrical skills, but they are not period, eh? winks!).
> Hopefully with this blurb I have coaxed the good Master into putting up the
I'll be glad to share the URL, but don't take our tent as an example of
authenticity. It's nice to look at, if I do say so myself, but not very
authentic yet. We're working on that.
There's a photo of the interior at:
(Make sure the whole URL is on one line.)
Or you can get there from my website at http://4th.com/sca/justin
the Pennsic Photo Album A).
Dee, you're giving us too much credit for authenticity. Authenticity is
a process that happens over time, and we're still working toward it. We try,
though. Milica gets most of the credit for the interior decorative touches.
I just build stuff, the easy part.
I might mention, in that regard, that the pictures mentioned above are from
*last* year. This year, we have more authentic shelf brackets in the tent.
I don't have the new pictures online yet, basically because I'm a lazy doofus
who procrastinates too much. :-)
Maistor Iustinos Tekton called Justin (Scott Courtney)
Marche of Alderford (Canton, Ohio USA)
PGP Public Key at http://4th.com/keys/justin.pubkey