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  • Bill McNutt
    Just a reminder: We are having a meet and greet gathering that I hope will be too quiet and conversational to be referred to as a party down in the Bog
    Message 1 of 18 , Aug 2 12:43 PM
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      Just a reminder:

      We are having a meet and greet gathering that I hope will be too quiet
      and conversational to be referred to as a "party" down in the Bog
      Thursday evening of War Week at House Wild Rose Encampment. I've
      received an RSVP from about 15 - 20 people, including an exciting number
      of our "notables," so I hope everyone will come down and put faces to
      names and talk shop.

      Our gathering remains an after-supper t'ing, so please eat before coming
      down. I will try to work out some finger food, but my budget is zero.
      I will provide iced tea, because that's a Meridian thing. Please bring
      your own libation of choice. If you brought enough to pass around, I'm
      sure no one would object.

      Some guys have suggested a show-and-tell, so if you want to bring
      projects, they're welcome. Or portfolios, as they are easier to schlep
      down to the Bog.

      We'll meet around 8:30 and chat until we get bored and wander off, or
      until the Fighting starts on Friday, whichever comes first.

      We are located in region E24, down in "The Bog."

      Bonus: I've found some pictures of our camp from Pennsic XXXI that
      might help you spot us.

      http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/pennsicpics.htm

      Directions are as follows:
      1. At troll, place your back to the battlefield.
      2. Go toward the Highway until you come to the first intersection.
      3. Turn right. I THINK that this will put you on Brewer's Road.
      4. Continue down Brewers Road, and cross "Low Road."
      5. You should pass East Kingdom Royal on your right.
      6. Continue up the area some call "Horde Hill," (Also formerly
      known as "Old Tuchuck Hill." You will pass the Barony of Whitewater
      on your left and eventually you will pass between the camps of Dark
      Horde Moritu and Dark Horde (Classic).
      7. Eventually, Brewer's Road will end on the Great Eastern Highway. At
      this point, at least, the Great Eastern Highway is he "road that goes
      around the lake." Bear left onto the Great Eastern Highway.
      You will be able to see Vlad's Pleasure Pavilion from here, but I don't
      know that you actually go right by it. The topology is a little funky.
      8. Continue down the Great Eastern Highway. You will pass Clanne
      Prechanne on your left. There will be a small, very short cut road on
      the right with no name. We will be the first camp on the right after
      that.

      Landmarks:
      We are camped at the foot of the dike that holds in Cooper's Lake. If
      you get to Camp Wolf Den or Abandon Hope Road, you've gone just a hair
      too far. Our camp is decorated in the fashion of a Tudor rose garden,
      and has a trellis gate in the front, festooned with roses. Our common
      tent is a large 20'x 20' rigid frame with a white roof.

      Our land agent has placed a color-coded map of E24 on her web site that
      may help you get your bearings. I'm looking forward to meeting
      everybody.

      http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/PennsicE24.htm

      Bonus: I've found some pictures of our camp from Pennsic XXXI that
      might help you spot us.

      http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/pennsicpics.htm
    • C N Schwartz
      I assume that is 8:30 AM on Friday, not PM... ... From: Bill McNutt [mailto:mcnutt@pobox.com] Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 3:43 PM To:
      Message 2 of 18 , Aug 2 5:33 PM
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        I assume that is 8:30 AM on Friday, not PM...

        -----Original Message-----
        From: Bill McNutt [mailto:mcnutt@...]
        Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 3:43 PM
        To: medievalsawdust@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [MedievalSawdust] Pennsic Meet and Greet


        Just a reminder:

        We are having a meet and greet gathering that I hope will be too quiet
        and conversational to be referred to as a "party" down in the Bog
        Thursday evening of War Week at House Wild Rose Encampment. I've
        received an RSVP from about 15 - 20 people, including an exciting number
        of our "notables," so I hope everyone will come down and put faces to
        names and talk shop.

        Our gathering remains an after-supper t'ing, so please eat before coming
        down. I will try to work out some finger food, but my budget is zero.
        I will provide iced tea, because that's a Meridian thing. Please bring
        your own libation of choice. If you brought enough to pass around, I'm
        sure no one would object.

        Some guys have suggested a show-and-tell, so if you want to bring
        projects, they're welcome. Or portfolios, as they are easier to schlep
        down to the Bog.

        We'll meet around 8:30 and chat until we get bored and wander off, or
        until the Fighting starts on Friday, whichever comes first.

        We are located in region E24, down in "The Bog."

        Bonus: I've found some pictures of our camp from Pennsic XXXI that
        might help you spot us.

        http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/pennsicpics.htm

        Directions are as follows:
        1. At troll, place your back to the battlefield.
        2. Go toward the Highway until you come to the first intersection.
        3. Turn right. I THINK that this will put you on Brewer's Road.
        4. Continue down Brewers Road, and cross "Low Road."
        5. You should pass East Kingdom Royal on your right.
        6. Continue up the area some call "Horde Hill," (Also formerly
        known as "Old Tuchuck Hill." You will pass the Barony of Whitewater
        on your left and eventually you will pass between the camps of Dark
        Horde Moritu and Dark Horde (Classic).
        7. Eventually, Brewer's Road will end on the Great Eastern Highway. At
        this point, at least, the Great Eastern Highway is he "road that goes
        around the lake." Bear left onto the Great Eastern Highway.
        You will be able to see Vlad's Pleasure Pavilion from here, but I don't
        know that you actually go right by it. The topology is a little funky.
        8. Continue down the Great Eastern Highway. You will pass Clanne
        Prechanne on your left. There will be a small, very short cut road on
        the right with no name. We will be the first camp on the right after
        that.

        Landmarks:
        We are camped at the foot of the dike that holds in Cooper's Lake. If
        you get to Camp Wolf Den or Abandon Hope Road, you've gone just a hair
        too far. Our camp is decorated in the fashion of a Tudor rose garden,
        and has a trellis gate in the front, festooned with roses. Our common
        tent is a large 20'x 20' rigid frame with a white roof.

        Our land agent has placed a color-coded map of E24 on her web site that
        may help you get your bearings. I'm looking forward to meeting
        everybody.

        http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/PennsicE24.htm

        Bonus: I've found some pictures of our camp from Pennsic XXXI that
        might help you spot us.

        http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/pennsicpics.htm





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      • Mark Flebotte
        I live in southern Alberta, Canada about 1 hour east of Calgary. The mill I deal with ships anywhere in the world though... but shipping can be expensive very
        Message 3 of 18 , Aug 2 6:39 PM
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          I live in southern Alberta, Canada about 1 hour east of Calgary. The mill I deal with ships anywhere in the world though... but shipping can be expensive very quickly.
           
          Mark
          ----- Original Message -----
          Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 11:52 AM
          Subject: RE: [MedievalSawdust] Re: New members free Oak and Walnut

          And you are WHERE?

           

          Bill McNutt

          Technology Coordinator

          Southern LINCS Regional Technology Center

           

          -----Original Message-----
          From: Mark Flebotte [mailto:maf@...]
          Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 12:34 PM
          To: medievalsawdust@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: Re: [MedievalSawdust] Re: New members free Oak and Walnut

           

          My new load of beams showed up on friday, yes 2 people can carry a 20' long 6" x 6" board but not far.  On a related note I found a small family owned mill about 2 hours away from my house that specializes in pine and fir beams. They can do some huge beams (they had a pile of 18" x 18" x 43' long beams being loaded when I was there on friday, the sad part was they are for "decoration" on the front of houses being built in texas and not ever going to be used for structural uses. What a waste. Anyways $30 canadian is what I paid per 6"x6" x 20' long board .

           

          Mark

          ----- Original Message -----

          From: matchstc

          Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2004 9:40 PM

          Subject: [MedievalSawdust] Re: New members free Oak and Walnut

           

          Course knowing my luck the oak and Walnut is in the form of roughcut
          10x12's 30 foot long! Take all ya can carry :)

          Saw some oak timbers this size and bigger a while back, seasoned and
          hard as steel. two people could move one with rollers but forbid that
          puppy got going to fast

          cya
          mighel

          --- In medievalsawdust@yahoogroups.com, MacGregorsCairn@a... wrote:

          > >  Or how about all the oak and walnut you can bodily carry away
          for free??
          > >  Ld. Wilhelm von Winkleried
          > >



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        • Nest verch Tangwistel
          Actually it is 8:30 pm on Thursday night. He was being a little funny about not finishing until the next morning. Nest ... __________________________________
          Message 4 of 18 , Aug 2 7:00 PM
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            Actually it is 8:30 pm on Thursday night. He was being a little funny
            about not finishing until the next morning.

            Nest

            --- C N Schwartz <kjworz@...> wrote:

            > I assume that is 8:30 AM on Friday, not PM...
            >
            > -----Original Message-----
            > From: Bill McNutt [mailto:mcnutt@...]
            > Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 3:43 PM
            > To: medievalsawdust@yahoogroups.com
            > Subject: [MedievalSawdust] Pennsic Meet and Greet
            >
            >
            > Just a reminder:
            >
            > We are having a meet and greet gathering that I hope will be too quiet
            > and conversational to be referred to as a "party" down in the Bog
            > Thursday evening of War Week at House Wild Rose Encampment. I've
            > received an RSVP from about 15 - 20 people, including an exciting number
            > of our "notables," so I hope everyone will come down and put faces to
            > names and talk shop.
            >
            > Our gathering remains an after-supper t'ing, so please eat before coming
            > down. I will try to work out some finger food, but my budget is zero.
            > I will provide iced tea, because that's a Meridian thing. Please bring
            > your own libation of choice. If you brought enough to pass around, I'm
            > sure no one would object.
            >
            > Some guys have suggested a show-and-tell, so if you want to bring
            > projects, they're welcome. Or portfolios, as they are easier to schlep
            > down to the Bog.
            >
            > We'll meet around 8:30 and chat until we get bored and wander off, or
            > until the Fighting starts on Friday, whichever comes first.
            >
            > We are located in region E24, down in "The Bog."
            >
            > Bonus: I've found some pictures of our camp from Pennsic XXXI that
            > might help you spot us.
            >
            > http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/pennsicpics.htm
            >
            > Directions are as follows:
            > 1. At troll, place your back to the battlefield.
            > 2. Go toward the Highway until you come to the first intersection.
            > 3. Turn right. I THINK that this will put you on Brewer's Road.
            > 4. Continue down Brewers Road, and cross "Low Road."
            > 5. You should pass East Kingdom Royal on your right.
            > 6. Continue up the area some call "Horde Hill," (Also formerly
            > known as "Old Tuchuck Hill." You will pass the Barony of Whitewater
            > on your left and eventually you will pass between the camps of Dark
            > Horde Moritu and Dark Horde (Classic).
            > 7. Eventually, Brewer's Road will end on the Great Eastern Highway. At
            > this point, at least, the Great Eastern Highway is he "road that goes
            > around the lake." Bear left onto the Great Eastern Highway.
            > You will be able to see Vlad's Pleasure Pavilion from here, but I don't
            > know that you actually go right by it. The topology is a little funky.
            > 8. Continue down the Great Eastern Highway. You will pass Clanne
            > Prechanne on your left. There will be a small, very short cut road on
            > the right with no name. We will be the first camp on the right after
            > that.
            >
            > Landmarks:
            > We are camped at the foot of the dike that holds in Cooper's Lake. If
            > you get to Camp Wolf Den or Abandon Hope Road, you've gone just a hair
            > too far. Our camp is decorated in the fashion of a Tudor rose garden,
            > and has a trellis gate in the front, festooned with roses. Our common
            > tent is a large 20'x 20' rigid frame with a white roof.
            >
            > Our land agent has placed a color-coded map of E24 on her web site that
            > may help you get your bearings. I'm looking forward to meeting
            > everybody.
            >
            > http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/PennsicE24.htm
            >
            > Bonus: I've found some pictures of our camp from Pennsic XXXI that
            > might help you spot us.
            >
            > http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/pennsicpics.htm
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >
            > Yahoo! Groups Links
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >





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          • Bill McNutt
            Um, no. I appear to have been imprecise. Our gathering is after supper, in the evening, at 8:30 PM, after Meridian court. Will ... From: C N Schwartz
            Message 5 of 18 , Aug 31 7:35 PM
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              Um, no. I appear to have been imprecise. Our gathering is after
              supper, in the evening, at 8:30 PM, after Meridian court.

              Will

              -----Original Message-----
              From: C N Schwartz [mailto:kjworz@...]
              Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 8:33 PM
              To: medievalsawdust@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: RE: [MedievalSawdust] Pennsic Meet and Greet

              I assume that is 8:30 AM on Friday, not PM...

              -----Original Message-----
              From: Bill McNutt [mailto:mcnutt@...]
              Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 3:43 PM
              To: medievalsawdust@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: [MedievalSawdust] Pennsic Meet and Greet


              Just a reminder:

              We are having a meet and greet gathering that I hope will be too quiet
              and conversational to be referred to as a "party" down in the Bog
              Thursday evening of War Week at House Wild Rose Encampment. I've
              received an RSVP from about 15 - 20 people, including an exciting number
              of our "notables," so I hope everyone will come down and put faces to
              names and talk shop.

              Our gathering remains an after-supper t'ing, so please eat before coming
              down. I will try to work out some finger food, but my budget is zero.
              I will provide iced tea, because that's a Meridian thing. Please bring
              your own libation of choice. If you brought enough to pass around, I'm
              sure no one would object.

              Some guys have suggested a show-and-tell, so if you want to bring
              projects, they're welcome. Or portfolios, as they are easier to schlep
              down to the Bog.

              We'll meet around 8:30 and chat until we get bored and wander off, or
              until the Fighting starts on Friday, whichever comes first.

              We are located in region E24, down in "The Bog."

              Bonus: I've found some pictures of our camp from Pennsic XXXI that
              might help you spot us.

              http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/pennsicpics.htm

              Directions are as follows:
              1. At troll, place your back to the battlefield.
              2. Go toward the Highway until you come to the first intersection.
              3. Turn right. I THINK that this will put you on Brewer's Road.
              4. Continue down Brewers Road, and cross "Low Road."
              5. You should pass East Kingdom Royal on your right.
              6. Continue up the area some call "Horde Hill," (Also formerly
              known as "Old Tuchuck Hill." You will pass the Barony of Whitewater
              on your left and eventually you will pass between the camps of Dark
              Horde Moritu and Dark Horde (Classic).
              7. Eventually, Brewer's Road will end on the Great Eastern Highway. At
              this point, at least, the Great Eastern Highway is he "road that goes
              around the lake." Bear left onto the Great Eastern Highway.
              You will be able to see Vlad's Pleasure Pavilion from here, but I don't
              know that you actually go right by it. The topology is a little funky.
              8. Continue down the Great Eastern Highway. You will pass Clanne
              Prechanne on your left. There will be a small, very short cut road on
              the right with no name. We will be the first camp on the right after
              that.

              Landmarks:
              We are camped at the foot of the dike that holds in Cooper's Lake. If
              you get to Camp Wolf Den or Abandon Hope Road, you've gone just a hair
              too far. Our camp is decorated in the fashion of a Tudor rose garden,
              and has a trellis gate in the front, festooned with roses. Our common
              tent is a large 20'x 20' rigid frame with a white roof.

              Our land agent has placed a color-coded map of E24 on her web site that
              may help you get your bearings. I'm looking forward to meeting
              everybody.

              http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/PennsicE24.htm

              Bonus: I've found some pictures of our camp from Pennsic XXXI that
              might help you spot us.

              http://webpages.charter.net/wildrose/pennsicpics.htm





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            • Bill McNutt
              Yes, apparently very little. Will ... From: Nest verch Tangwistel [mailto:eastarch@yahoo.com] Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 10:00 PM To:
              Message 6 of 18 , Aug 31 7:36 PM
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                Yes, apparently very little.

                Will

                -----Original Message-----
                From: Nest verch Tangwistel [mailto:eastarch@...]
                Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 10:00 PM
                To: medievalsawdust@yahoogroups.com
                Subject: RE: [MedievalSawdust] Pennsic Meet and Greet

                Actually it is 8:30 pm on Thursday night. He was being a little funny
                about not finishing until the next morning.
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