Re: [MedievalSawdust] Pennsic
- This sounds like a really nice offer (though, I don't do beer, I have nothing against anyone else drinking it)... besides, I see you carry the Madrone cookbooks (on your web site, at least... hope you have them at Pennsic, too), and I've been too lazy to write and order them <sigh>, so I'll be stopping by even if we don't use your booth for the gathering.I'm off to bed... way behind in my Pennsic packing, but need my sleep!! Someone make a decision, please... I leave on Friday for Land Grab!!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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The problem is that we aim too low and hit the mark." -- Michaelangelo~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~----- Original Message -----From: Michael HoughtonSent: Monday, July 31, 2006 9:04 PMSubject: Re: [MedievalSawdust] Pennsic
On Mon, Jul 31, 2006 at 10:22:00AM -0400, Bill McNutt wrote:
> So where is everybody camping at the Great War? I'd like to meet you guys.
133 Plunder Lane -- our merchant booth.
We have a modest amount of "function" space in our setup. We're
hosting the Tablet Weavers' Tea, and I could offer space to get
together and visit. It's not near as roomy as the barn or an
A&S tent, but having a beer won't cause anyone whose opinion matters
get the trews in a twist.
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