[Glaslyn] [Steppes] Radical Idea
Carolle M. Cox
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Thu Feb 22 14:47:09 PST 2007
The SCA cannot own property as far as I know. I'm not certain whether a
building on someone else's land is 'property' or not.
Sueko and I are building a closet in her room - maybe we could help some,
too, if we could just learn to drive nails straight! <evil grin>
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Subject: Re: [Steppes] Radical Idea
I would be willing to spend some of my weekend time on this. If I can tile a
bathroom I can help on construction of a building. The real kicker would be
money for building material.....I'm not sure how SCA financial bylaws look
at something like this.
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>From: "Faelan Caimbeul" <faelancaimbeul at gmail.com>
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>Subject: [Steppes] Radical Idea
>Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 14:40:09 -0600
>I had an idea yesterday, and I'm trying to see if people would be
>in helping with this.
>It's been said that the only way we're going to get a Warlord site with
>everything we want is to build it ourselves. How many people would be
>willing to put their muscle where their mouth is?
>I was looking at potential sites for recruiting demos yesterday and so
>I of course checked all the local Renfaires. Four Winds Renfair runs
>from March to April and is never open on Memorial Day weekend. The site
>has shade, flushies, hot showers, electricity in the camping area,
>running water, a period town and equestrian arena complete with
>jousting area. Oh, and it's all on private property, so we can keep the
>public out. Anyone wondering around would be trespassing, and subject
>As an added bonus, the site is 338 acres, with woods, stream and fields
>(that's nearly twice the size of Pennsic from what I'm told) and again,
>since it's on private land, and a Renfair, the option of building
>permanent structures to meet our needs is there. It's just south of
>Ennis, so not too terribly far, and near hotels.
>If this site doesn't work out, there's also Middlefair which currently
>has land, and one building. Period.
>My idea is this. How many people would be willing, at several points
>during the faire's off season, make an "event" out of it and form a
>working party to build what we need, repair what's there and make
>whatever changes we and the owners need done for each of our
>activities? The bargain I wish to strike is similar to Pennsic and Gulf
>War's arrangements of trading labor, time and some money for a
>permanent site with all we could hope for. Ideally, I'd like to include
>free (meaning no $$$) use of the site for our one event each year (and
>possibly Three Kings as well to make it more worth our time and money).
>Along with working parties we would also have a booth there during
>and have fighting and bardcraft "performance", of which the owners aren't
>paying for and will add to their draw of customers and hence our potential
>pool of new recruits as well. I know we have several swordsmen that can,
>do, ham it up for the crowds on occasion and would make a great showing.
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