[Ansteorra-archery] Tor and water-bearing..
gilli at seacove.net
Tue Jul 2 05:21:21 PDT 2002
My bad. Well thanks to those who did not forget and made life a little
easier for us all. Thank you very much.
----- Original Message -----
From: <ironwyrm at juno.com>
To: <ansteorra-archery at ansteorra.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2002 1:04 AM
Subject: Re: [Ansteorra-archery] Tor and water-bearing..
> Honorable Lord Gilli,
> Sorry, it was not I but the Lady Heather, & Lord Lothaar who fetched the
> ice water & jug. Also Lady Roana who had them bring her oranges to share
> with us, and very much appreciated they were!
> On Mon, 1 Jul 2002 21:42:51 -0500 "Bob Dewart" <gilli at seacove.net>
> > 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 them
> > 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" and
> > 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 the
> > 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
> > serious
> > >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 more
> > >comfortable on the field? What can I provide to you?
> > >
> > >Maria
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