rhemail at swbell.net
Mon May 26 21:42:41 PDT 2003
Well warlord rain and storms have been a tradition since I started in the SCA. At the Burke - Burnett Lions club camp (Camp Burn Out) it always stormed there at least once during the event. I remember getting up to re-secure the stakes on my tent in a storm and seeing a sight that left me staring, jaw down, and rooted to the spot. There was this little earth pimple (dome tent) rolling across the list field, going roll - ker-thump, roll - ker-thump(ice chest or somebody in it)with three people chasing after it. So there seems to be a long standing tradition of storms and rain at Steppes Warlord.
From: PKieferjr at aol.com
Date: 2003/05/26 Mon AM 02:18:24 CDT
To: ansteorra at ansteorra.org
Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] Re: [Steppes] Waterlord progression (was: Fwd: VooDoo Duck et...
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In a message dated 5/25/2003 11:40:06 PM Central Daylight Time, doc at ev1.net
> I know there are a lot of arguments (even some very good
> arguments) for this place, but at what point is enough, enough?
Ask the people of Canton the same question: They live in a flood-prone area,
yet they're content to stay there. Why?
Down here in BG, we've got a creek that has some flood-prone areas, yet
people are content to live there despite the fact that it's flooded their homes on
occasion. Why do they stay there?
I think it's because they've known that to be their home for their entire
lives, and flooding isn't about to drive them out. They've got nowhere else to
go. (Ask a person who's lived all their lives in one place to suddenly up and
move to a new location. That's a pretty tall order. I imagine that the Feds
faced the same challenge when they created the TVA and their dams.)
Lord Johann Kiefer Hayden (Paul E. Kiefer, Jr.)
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