[Ansteorra] SCA, the ADA, and all of us
montega at gmail.com
Sun Mar 25 20:19:42 PDT 2007
Not everyone wants to go to events that are primitive. This IS a game.
There are reasons the culture advanced, ya know.
As far as sites that meet requirements, yes, we should do our best to
aquire sites that are accomodating. That is common sense and is
appreciated by those who need said accomodations.
On the other hand, if the event you are attending is known to not
have what you need to make your time there comfortable, make
preparations for it, know that it is what it is.
I love the game but I am all for a hot shower and I appreciate sites
with nice facilities. Believe me, outdoor beauty is way better when
you don't have 300 people funking it up.
I feel like we've done pretty good so far, but it is always good to
strive to do better.
On 3/25/07, willowdewisp at juno.com <willowdewisp at juno.com> wrote:
> I think we should look for proper sites for our handicapped member and I think we should find them, but is there any hope for us people who yearn for the beauty of the un-inproved primitive site. I don't care about showers or indoor pluming, privies are period. I really need that outdoor beauty. Most of my fine memories of the feeling of really being in the medieval period came from those campsite. Can't we reach a compromise? I know many of our member, Handicap or no need all those things. Places like Canton just destroy everything for me. Can't I have a special place in the SCA too? Do I have to leave like so many of my friends?
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