33123Re: Which Bitzenburger do you recommend
- May 6, 2013Don't you know there's a war on?
There is no practice in Windy Meads this Sunday, due to the Mists-Cynagua War and Mothers' Day activities. That means I won't be there with the loaner equipment. On the other hand, its a public park, so there is no reason you guys can't meet there for some practice.
I will hold practice on Sunday 5/19. The following weekend, 5/24 to 5/27 is Cynagua Coronet Tournament, and I will have an archery range open at the fairgrounds in Quincy.
Edward le Kervere
Minister of the Bow for Cynagua
--- In SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, "aelric_southlake" <magnetcoil@...> wrote:
> Been trying to make it to a Windymeads practice myself. Just went there a couple weekends ago for the "hunt," which was cool. We live in Concord now, so it's a bit of a drive - but it's the only "SCA" practice around here now (I think).
> Well, that settles it, I was thinking of trying to arrange some kind of open "arrow making" night at my place, to share ideas and tricks, and inspire those interested in giving it a try, or to help motivate one another kinda-thing. I'll redouble my efforts toward that...
> I'll try to get to Windymeads this coming Sunday, and seek you out.
> ~ A
> --- In SCA-Archery "tomjulessca" wrote:
> > Aelric,
> > Thanks for all the good info. As it happens I am in the West and recently started attending the Windymeads practices. Once I get started I may take you up on guidance through the process - thanks.
> > Tom
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