Re: travelling ala medieval
- --- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, bronwynmgn@... wrote:
> I actually spent a prolonged time (not all day, but well over halfan hour,
> possibly more than an hour) outside in the pouring rain in my woolgown and
> hood at Pennsic a few years ago, and the only thing that was wetwhen I took
> the wool off was the inside of my sleeve where I had been obligedto hold my
> arm up in the air and the water had run down my arm.Up that to about an hour in the rain at Estrella this past February in
a coat-weight wool tunic gown over two layers of linen. I was so
comfortable, I left it on most of the day and the linen layers stayed dry.
Jehanne de Wodeford
>pack me in one of you bags and boxes?
> Thank you, thank you, thank you, did I say thank you yet? Can you
> Labhaoise~ooooo :o). can you shrink into travel-friendly size? no problemo. :o)
I was in Nurnberg last week and visited Germanisches Nationalmuseum
there. it is superb! I posted some pictures on my blog:
http://www.freewebs.com/camino-medieval/preparationsblog.htm. enjoy them!
take care, celestina