Re: [SCA-Archery] Great Western War
- Are there any details on the competitions for Great Western War yet?
What equipment, etc, rules will be in effect? I would like to pass
on the information to the archers in the West.
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> On Aug 3, 2009, at 7:33 AM, Jessica E Baas wrote:
>> I will be sending in the schedule later today. I'm still waiting
>> for a few confirmations, but here is the tentative schedule:
>> Thursday - Level 1 Instructors Course (there is a fee for this
>> course as it results in a national certification, class limit &
>> instructor approval needed)
>> * Some open shooting may be available during the lecture part of
>> this course, pending Range Marshal availability
>> Friday AM - Barony of Nordwache will host novelties
>> Friday PM - Barony of Gyldenholt will host
>> Saturday - Grand Masters Tourney - all are welcome to participate,
>> double elimination RR
>> Sunday AM - Barony of Lyondemere will host
>> More details and a few other possible things coming soon.
>> From: John edgerton <sirjon1@...>
>> To: SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com
>> Sent: Friday, July 31, 2009 7:22:56 PM
>> Subject: [SCA-Archery] Great Western War
>> I was looking at the web site for Great Western War and could not
>> find any information about target archery other than the location of
>> the archery range. Does anyone have information on what the
>> competitions will be?
It was awesome!
Thanks for the chance to expand our archery family. Surviving this heat made us stronger. Lol
We are having fun in Caid. It was fun shooting with so many new friends. The moving target was a blast. Ingenious, too.
I slept thru the coon fry that lit up the pavilion like it was noon. Charred and smoking, it fell from the night sky. I feel a song coming on... Nope. Just a yawn.
Caterina Fortuna and Dmitrii Luchnikov