[Ansteorra] Western Region drive times

Kathryn Childress safiye1 at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 9 09:32:38 PST 2008

Hi Rose - Distance/drive time info per your request.  All figures are close estimates and drive time varies based on route, construction, and potty breaks.   :)
Group to group the Western Region spanned 6 hours and roughly 400 miles North to South and 2.5 hours and roughly 170 miles East to West.   The equivalent in the rest of the Texas is Fort Worth East to Longview and South to Laredo.
Trelac to Blacklake - 140 miles/ 2 hrs
Trelac to Crossrode Keep - 88 miles / 1.5 hrs
Trelac to Mendersham - 90 miles / 1.5 hrs
Trelac to Bonwicke - 200 miles/ 3.5 hrs
Trelac to Adlersuhe - 320 miles / 5 hours
Trelac to Amloc - 370 miles / 6 hours
Bonwicke to Amloc - 175 miles / 3 hours
Bonwicke to Adlersuhe - 125 miles / 2 hours
Bonwicke to Blacklake - 145 miles / 2.5 hours
Bonwicke to Crossrode Keep - 110 miles / 2 hours
Bonwicke to Mendersham - 165 miles / 2.5 hours
Bonwicke to Trelac - 200 miles / 3.5 hours
You'll notice that I only gave figures from Trelac and Bonwicke.  I did this because these are the anticipated remaining groups.  For your convenience, these groups are mundanely:
Amloc - Borger, TX
Adlersuhe - Amarillo, TX
Bonwicke - Lubbock, TX
Blacklake - Midland/Odessa, TX
Crossrode Keep - Big Spring, TX
Mendersham - Abilene, TX
Trelac - San Angelo, TX
Thanks for asking.
Baroness Safiye
> Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2008 08:58:18 -0800> From: love at roseandchad.net> To: ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org> Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] comments on Western Region problem> > I'm hearing alot about this distance thing... What kind of distances are we talking about here? We have members that come in from Altus, which is about an hour away... But they don't get to come to every weekly meeting and most of the later-in-the-evening one are kinda out since they have to include drive time back home... Just kinda curious...> > R the O> > Paul DeLisle <ferretpd at gmail.com> wrote:> The essence of this "breeding ground" is the local groups. If the number of> "local groups" is reduced to two, the distances involved to "belong" to a> group are simply too far for any reasonable person to consider travelling> regularly.> > _______________________________________________> Ansteorra mailing list> Ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org> http://lists.ansteorra.org/listinfo.cgi/ansteorra-ansteorra.org
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