[Ansteorra] regarding improvements to Gulf War site

Angeal clan_mac at charter.net
Mon Mar 26 03:51:34 PDT 2007

That was Clan Ishee out of Gleann Abhann.  I really appreciated the stuff 
that they donated to the bath house.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Montega" <montega at gmail.com>
To: "Kingdom of Ansteorra - SCA, Inc." <ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2007 10:31 PM
Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] regarding improvements to Gulf War site

> Sometimes it's the little things that count. There was a household in
> particular that brought in new shower curtains and hooks for the bath
> dump, I mean bath house behind Security. The shower curtains that were
> there had holes SO big that you could see all but the head of the
> person standing in the stall. I was told the name of the household,
> but I can't remember! Hats off to them for replacing the "peek a boo"
> shower curtains and giving us hooks to hang stuff on.
> Tega
> On 3/26/07, Stefan li Rous <StefanliRous at austin.rr.com> wrote:
>> On Mar 26, 2007, at 1:43 PM, Faelan Caimbeul wrote:
>> > It can be done, BUT
>> >
>> > We should have a looooong term agreement to get use of the site. I
>> > heard
>> > that Border March basically has a 99 year lease on their castle's
>> > land so
>> > that they can use it every year. Pensic, likewise. There are legal
>> > protections in place so that we don't spend all this money and they
>> > get
>> > shafted. These securities need to be in place before we bother
>> > raising money
>> > for something we can't do. Of course, it could be used for other
>> > things.
>> How is this different for the amenities that Chass is asking for
>> compared to all the expenditure and effort that has gone into the
>> Ansteorra and other gates and permanent structures such as the tavern
>> and the Early Period Encampment(s)?  So, it can obviously be handled.
>> Not that I don't understand your concerns. Bryn Gwlad was using a
>> site in southwest Austin for several years, and put a tremendous
>> amount of sweat equity and some money into improving the site, then
>> the owner simply decided not to let use continue to use the site. I
>> still taken advantage of it that situation.
>> > Forget it, go raise money, we can always find a use for it, but we
>> > need to
>> > protect the Kingdom from loosing the investment of our people.
>> Since the money can't go through the SCA coffers, I think the Kingdom
>> is taken care of in this. The investment by the Gentles of Ansteorra,
>> and their money is a separate matter.
>> > Other than that I think it's a great idea, but when would the
>> > improvements
>> > be made, during war? Would we have a working party there to do it
>> > for us,
>> > what?
>> Good questions. A goodly part of our kingdom is ten or more hours
>> from Gulf Wars. A bit of a drive for a weekend fix-it-up party.
>> >
>> > Faelan
>> Stefan
>> --------
>> THLord Stefan li Rous    Barony of Bryn Gwlad    Kingdom of Ansteorra
>>     Mark S. Harris           Austin, Texas
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