Mongol clothing (was Arriving in mundanes? and, Persona help?)
- While researching Russian clothing I came across discussions about
nycmongol.com and other similar stores a couple of times. The
consensus there was that what they sell is folk clothing of late 19 -
20 century, used for celebrations, etc. and much ot it didn't exist
in the period/was never intended to be worn every day (that may
explain the snow running mystery :) For example, the curled up boots
appeared much-much later.
I have very little interest in Mongol clothing so I didn't save the
links and didn't research it any further. Except that these curled up
toes got me curious, so every time I saw period art with Mongols on
it I was looking for the curled toes but they were never there - it
looks like period Mongols did have strait toe boots after all.
Just in case you're looking for a research project :)
--- In email@example.com, Wolfy <littlegraywolf@...> wrote:
> There are two things mongolian boots are bad for.... Running on snow
> (bottom has no traction) and driving (you can not move your foot at
> the ankle)
> Mongolian Boots photo: http://nycmongol.com/item.html?
> On Dec 4, 2007 1:50 PM, <Ziddinaaitzumar@...> wrote:
> > I agree, driving in Italian Ren is not easy.
I am interested in transportation to and from Gulf War.
I just thought there may be a new person with a vehicle and NO gas money that
may be interested in teaming up with a veteran with some gas money, but NO
vehicle. Also, I would be glad to give some guidance in helping you attend
your first War.
After being in the SCA for about 20 years, I have the grab, camping equipment,
and all that stuff, but my mini-van is worn out and does not run any more, and
being on disablity, I am not able to afford a replacement. So, I am wondering,
if anyone is looking for an additional passager that can help pay for the gas?
I am located in Huntsville, Alabama, just off I-65, which runs between
Nashville, Tn and Birmingham, Alabama. If your route to Gulf Wars takes you
close by, and you would like to pick up another paying passager, I would like
to talk with you about working out some transportation. Since I do not work, I
am open to going any day, the earlyer in the week, the better.
Lady Alara MacGregor of Perth
Kingdom of Meridies