[Ansteorra] How to help the West
fitzmorgan at gmail.com
Sat Jan 12 12:22:59 PST 2008
Suppose the the populace of Black Lake chooses to be members of
Bonwicke. I don't see any reason that Bonwicke can't schedule meetings to
take place at the times and places where the Black Lake meetings take place
now. There can be a deputy seneschal to preside over the meetings.
In order to have an official fighter practice they would need to have an
authorized Marshall and any warranted officer present.
The meeting rooms can be reserved in the name of the Barony of Bonwicke
rather than the Shire of Black Lake.
It's not a perfect solution, and I don't intend to minimize what is
happening, but there are other choices than to drive two hours, or stop
On Jan 11, 2008 8:51 PM, Chris Zakes <dontivar at gmail.com> wrote:
> But that's *not* what I suggested. I suggested dissolving/folding the
> Western region into two or three other regions and leaving the
> existing groups intact.
> Saying the other groups can just join up with Bonwick or Trelac is
> silly. Going by the distances and drive times posted by Baroness
> Safiye a couple of days ago, and assuming that Trelac and Bonwicke
> would each get the groups closest to them, we would end up with:
> Trelac plus Crossrode Keep (88 miles away) Mendersham (90 miles away)
> and Blacklake (140 miles away) to become a potential barony.
> Bonwicke to now include Adlersrhue (125 miles away) and Amloc (175 miles
> So the *closest* sub-group would now be more than an hour's drive
> from its barony, and three of them would be more than two hours'
> drive. How well do you think Elfsea would do if the nearest SCA
> meetings and fighter practices were in Emerald Keep? How would The
> Steppes do if the nearest SCA meetings and fighter practices were in
> -Tivar Moondragon
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