[Ansteorra-archery] Tor and water-bearing..

Heather Crouch heatherc at austin.rr.com
Mon Jul 1 22:00:44 PDT 2002

Actually, the blue waterjug and table it was sitting on at the Archery Range
on Sat belonged to Ld. Lughaidh Mac Sheoinin, Royal Huntsman of Ansteorra.
Ld. Lothar helped me drag it from the Arkham camp, along with some oranges
that Lothar's Lady cut up and shared around.

I am very interested in both target and combat archery, however, my mundane
life prevents me from spending much time or money on the pursuit of such at
this time. I try to make most events and end up hanging out on the archery
field most of the time. If anyone ever needs anything, water, snacks,
sunscreen, a photo taken, I am usually able to procure such things from my
stores or those of others who are willing to share. Please allow me to be of
service... Just holler for 'Rose!'

~Rose al'Noor
Huntswoman Wannabe
Barony of Bryn Gwlad, Kingdom of Ansteorra

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Dewart" <gilli at seacove.net>
To: <ansteorra-archery at ansteorra.org>
Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 9:42 PM
Subject: Re: [Ansteorra-archery] Tor and water-bearing..

> Well, I guess I can take the hit on this one. I usually bring a 5 galloon
> water jug with me.  But this time we traveled lite.
> While it's nice to have the waterbearers show up, I really don't expect
> to.  We're usually a long way from the main group.  Carrying water, that
> far, in the heat; all I can say is God Bless'em when they do show up.  Our
> legs aren't broken.
> Thank you Ironwyrm for bring your jug.  At least we didn't all forget.
> Personally, I like to have a jug at the archery range first thing in the
> morning.  In the future, if you all need more jugs, please let me know.  I
> have 4 of the blue / orange jugs and several others.  Plus, I'm sure
> Middleford would loan it's as well.  It would not be the first time that
> Middleford has hauled water for other events.
> Let's try to do better next time.
> And what about Archer's Flights?  Have we stopped doing them????
> But hey!!  We had plenty of water on Sunday, so good job!!!  :)
> Gilli
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Harry Bilings" <humble_archer at hotmail.com>
> To: <ansteorra-archery at ansteorra.org>
> Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 7:24 PM
> Subject: Re: [Ansteorra-archery] Tor and water-bearing..
> I was not a Tor thsi last week end, how ever I have been "waterstranded"
> have takenit upon myself to make sure that I have water at any (well most)
> archery shoots that I am running. I have a 5 gal water cooler that I got a
> Lowes or some where for less that a doz. arrows and take it and ice and
> water to the range when I run an archery shoot. It dose not take much time
> or space to take along and you know you will have water. It is nice if the
> water bearer has the fixing but some times "life happens" and they get
> cought a little short. I fully under stand that the water ends up where
> most visable action is.
> plachoya who some times does more than shoot a bow
> >Hola!
> >
> >I wanted to say that I'm very sorry for ya'll not getting whole heck alot
> >of
> >water at the Tor this weekend.  I had very few water bottles and a
> >shortage of water coolers (loong story). :( On top of that I was not
> >informed about when you started shooting or where the archery field was
> >even
> >set-up.  I did talk to the co-autocrat and told him about the serious
> >shortage. I explained to him that what was needed for the Tor's future
> >events in the way of water-bearing.
> >
> >Ya'll being "water-stranded" has been bugging me....
> >
> >I will be water-bearer in charge at Elfsea Defender this year. So, I'm
> >going
> >to put this out to you. What can I do (as a water-bearer) to make you
> >comfortable on the field? What can I provide to you?
> >
> >Maria
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