[Bards] Talk with Mooneschadowe
fitzmorgan at gmail.com
Wed Nov 15 12:06:37 PST 2006
I myself would like to see it as a camping event. I found that I had goten
into the habit of day-tripping most of my events, and finally realized that
I was depriving myself of much of what I loved in the SCA. I want to do
Bardic around a campfire until late at night.
Also I don't see that this has to be a calander event. If it's off
calander then there can't be court. That leaves more time for bardic. A
source of frustation to me is the fact that so many events are so
overscheduled. You get a three hour+ feast followed by a long court, and
before you know it it's nearly midnight and everyone is going to bed. I
personally think that is the source of some of the decline in Bardic over
the last few years.
On 11/15/06, Manners, Tabitha <tabitha.manners at okstate.edu> wrote:
> You make a good point about the advantages of a camping event. We will
> also have to take into consideration the weather. I don't think the
> possibility of working with another group is completely out of the
> question. I think each of you should talk to the groups and see what
> comes of it. Give it a month or so for thorough discussion and keep
> everyone posted on how it is going. I don't think it is reasonable to
> expect to gather all the information needed in less than that. I would
> love to see a Bards & Brewers event up here and think it could be a lot
> of fun. Let's see what has to be done to make it happen.
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: bards-bounces at lists.ansteorra.org [mailto:bards-
> >>bounces at lists.ansteorra.org] On Behalf Of Donnchadh Beag mac Griogair
> >>Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2006 11:01 AM
> >>To: Ansteorran Bardic list
> >>Subject: Re: [Bards] Talk with Mooneschadowe
> >>I can think of another group in the region that would probably be very
> >>interested in co-hosting a Bards and Brewers event with Mooneschadow
> >>I can't commit the Barony to anything without talking it over with
> >>of course, but I think the idea would be well received.
> >>I think we might really want to consider a camping event for this
> >>though. I see the evening of this event being the king of all revels.
> >>Do we really want the populace indulging in the brewers works and then
> >>having to drive home that night? That and I can see this lasting well
> >>into the... well next morning.
> >>Baron of Namron
> >>Bard and Brewer
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