Re: SIG U - What kept you?
- --- In email@example.com, <goldschp@...> wrote:
>wish they had been able to come. I'm deeply interested in seeing
> A little challenge, but the intent is friendly:
> There are a number of people who have posted to SIG-L that they
SIG U become a regular event. Maybe annual. Maybe rotating around
the Known World. So, I'm wondering (if you didn't come) what were
the factors that prevented you from coming:
>Main one. I live in Caid. Plane + car...and the meals and
> 1) Was it a financial issue (you couldn't afford the cost)?
> 2) Was it a time issue (too far to travel and no time in which todo it)?
My main time is taken up by Estrella every year.
> 3) Too much trouble (cost/time/effort) to go through for a oneday event? If so, how close would the event need to be to not be
Again, # 1 is main, but I would if I could. 2 days would be better,
but I suspect I would be staying up all night talking to everyone!!
> 4) Are there other factors altogether that would affect yourability to come?
Those are about it!!
>time of year might influence people.
> I'm also curious whether a different locale and/or a different
>of good/legit reasons to not make it, but I'm hoping that we can
> BTW, I'm not trying to make anyone feel guilty. There were plenty
make it easier for folks in the future.
>Paul, First of all. AWESOME THING TO DO!!!! I do wish I could have
been there, a place where I could wear ALL my warm shubas and
jackets!!LOL And hats, of course!!
If you did one on the west coast, a lot of people couldnt come
either, so either way its going to be hard.
Thanks for the photos, all, and the class notes!!
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Pan Zygmunt Nadratowski"
> <<Now, if people are interested in having a Slavic track of
> gatherings at Pennsic, that would be great. Of course we'd have tofind
> someone willing to organize such a thing... (*psst* Sfandra???)you will run
> -- Jenne Heise / Jadwiga Zajaczkowa>>
> See, I thought about adding a track to some major war. But then
> into the issues of people wanting to do/doing more than one thingsince it's
> such a large war.who won't
> I guess it can still be done; however you will still get people
> come because it conflicts with dancing/anotherbank" - Ben
> * added this just to see if people were paying attention. ;)
> Pan Zygmunt Nadratowski
> "Most people live their lives as if they had another one in the
> "I don't approve of political jokes. I've seen too many of them get
> Servant of His Grace Sir Dag Thorgrimsson and Master Mordok
> SCA Polish Culture Resource: http://www.plcommonwealth.orgstrippers always spark my attention...