[Bards] Talk with Mooneschadowe

Cisco Cividanes engtrktwo at earthlink.net
Wed Nov 15 12:13:39 PST 2006

on or off calender I really don't care, and I agree with Robert's 
assessment of the benefits of being off calender.

That being said, we DO need to schedule it so it doesn't conflict with 
anything major, or we're shooting ourselves in the foot.


Robert Fitzmorgan wrote:
> 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. 
> Robert

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