[Ansteorra] Deer On The List Field?

knotwork at juno.com knotwork at juno.com
Wed Nov 14 17:55:33 PST 2001

Neat story. I have seen deer on site in a fog at sunrise.  It sets a
really period feeling for the day.

Here in Mendersham, we once had an event on a working ranch.  We had hay
bales lined up for a castle and bridge battle. Imagine our surprise when
the cows started spearing the bales with their horns and tossing them up
in the air to break them up to eat!  People were running through the camp
yelling, "The cows are eating the castle!"  I understand that our combat
archers were instrumental in convincing the cows to dine (unharmed)
elsewhere. ;<)


On Wed, 14 Nov 2001 07:12:37 -0600 "KTMC- AM 14 & KTMC-FM ROCK 105.1"
<ktmc at icok.net> writes:
> Greetings!
>    I did not attend Rundel's Margrave/Vormund event this past
> weekend,
> but did take over some hay that Lady Britta the Red had obtained for
> the
> archery backdrop. I checked in onsite, found the spot where I was to
> place it, and drove off at about one a.m. Saturday morning in the
> state
> park to where it was.
>    On the open general area where I understood the list field was to
> be
> for the fighting, there were two deer that had apparently been
> enjoying
> an early morning breakfast; they did not seem overly startled at the
> presence of myself and my pickup, and one waited until I had gotten
> out
> of the truck before it departed; I had had a chance to observe them
> for
> some time, from about a 20-30 yards distance.
>    The site is in a beautiful state park. Did anyone else get to see
> the
> deer on the field?
>    Valstarr
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