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59030Re: [Authentic_SCA] Authenticity good-- so how to hide the RV?

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  • Ann Seeton
    Jun 1, 2012
      cozy? That would be one HUGE cozy.

      But if I did macrame to create diamond panes for over the window areas, and
      padded rope for over the top and to hold the side and end panels. It would
      need to have some way to peg the bottom to the ground, and durable enough
      material to hold up in the wind when parked at an event.... If top and
      bottom and corners had sleeves for PVC pipe, then...

      But painted. Do they make paint that is flexible enough that this could be
      done on canvas and rolled up?

      On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 12:33 PM, Cynthia Ley <Cley56@...> wrote:

      > Why not make a trailer cozy? Since your house is big, you could paint it
      > to look a medieval inn or hostel, as best suits you and your culture and
      > time period. After all, you are traveling.
      > Arlys
      > My main problem is that I like authenticity but hate tents. I own a
      > huge
      > white RV. I want to do something with it to make it less offensive. I
      > thought about painting it up like a gypsy wagon but those are really not
      > period, cool and old fashioned as they appear. I considered painting it to
      > look like a sleeping dragon with a sign, "enchanted dragon please do not
      > disturb" and make it funny. I thought about giving it black beams and
      > making it look tudor, but that doesn't fit with the persona.
      > I suspect the best thing I can do is have a tent in the camp for the day
      > and sleep in the parking area.
      > Any ideas for how I might make it less offensively modern?
      > Ann of Wellborn, called Forgetful
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