[Elfsea] Low Attendance WAS --> RE: Water-truck/trailer
ShawD at chisd.com
Thu Sep 27 13:53:59 PDT 2001
Back in the "stone age" we use to save plastic coke bottles and then fill
them and add the cotton wicks. Then tape them to stakes. You can pre fill
them before the event and put the tops on and then add the wicks. Cheap and
workable. You can also cut the tape save the sticks and toss the rest.
From: Christine Huse [mailto:maria_elfsea at hotmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2001 3:27 PM
To: elfsea at ansteorra.org
Subject: Re: [Elfsea] Low Attendance WAS --> RE: Water-truck/trailer
We still have them...they are at the shed in a garbage can. We haven't used
them yet because they are in awful (and potentially dangerous) condition. At
the last shed cleaning party I organized, we all decided that it was just
too hot to work on them and that we needed to wait until the weather turns
I was thinking though that we could buy some nicer newer looking ones.
Summer is over and Garden Ridge is putting things on sale right now. This
summer they had some of the bamboo tiki torches that are just tall enough to
light a walkway (I think they are about 3-4 feet tall??). This summer their
regular price was $1.99. Which means that if they are on clearance we could
get them for $1.00.each!
Hospitaler for the Lord and Lady of Elfsea
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>YES, THE STARS WERE BEAUTIFUL, HOWEVER HOW ABOUT THAT LONG TREK TO THE
>PARKING LOT AFTER DARK, NO LIGHTS ANYWERE TO HELP SEE UNDER FOOT. WHAT
>HAPPENED TO THE STAKES AND TORCH HOLDERS THAT WE AS A BARONY WORKED SO HARD
>FOR, WHEN WE USED OTHER PRIMITIVE SITES. I, FOR ONE, THINK THEY ARE A
>IDEA. IT DOES NOT DETRACT FROM THE ATMOSPHERE AT ALL AND ARE VERY PERIOD.
>THEY ALSO LET US SEE THE GROUND UNDERFOOT SO WE DONT TRIP ON A ROOT, STEP
>A HOLE, OR OUR FOOT ROLL WHEN WE STEP ON A ROCK.
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