> Jadwiga:If you do decide to go for it, do let me know and I'll see what I can do about squeezing some
> Heh. Due to big ponds and ridiculous flight policies, there are two
> kingdoms that are on my very-fervently-want-to-go-but-must-wait-until-later
> list. It will involve major fund raising and plenty of vacation time,
pennies out of people (no gurantees, but every journey starts with a single step...).
> 'cause if I'm making it ALL the way to Lochac/Drachenwald, I'll be spendingNaah, you don't need to go to Australia -- it's full of venymous flora and fauna, mudde and
> a few weeks there. For all the non-SCA friends I have to visit and sight
> seeing I have to do (not want, have!) and if I make it to NZ, I have to try
> to get a little bit farther to Australia in order to be able to cross
dust. We just have hobbits and the odd elf lurking in the woods....
> another continent off my Bucket List! ;) Managing to sneak in AntarcticaIt's possible through a variety of means. I did it via a media fellowship, my lord via a post-grad
> seems like I'd be pushing things (but what an awesome push!)
diploma -- not that we were preoccupied with getting down there or anything, but we have
fought on the battlefield for the place!
> And really - if I'm going to visit and display the tapestry, you reallySounds like the beginning of a plan!
> deserve the _whole_ thing. No "almost finished" displays for you guys.
> That means I still have two more years of hard labor before I can come out
> to play.
katherine kerr of the Hermitage, in the Crescent Isles,
Barony of Southron Gaard, Kingdom of Lochac