[Hellsgate] SCHEDULE CHANGE: Crucible event - May 14, 2011
soldier.grrrl at gmail.com
Tue Oct 19 12:54:17 PDT 2010
Crown is 8-10 July, so we'd have a little bit less than a month.
On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 2:49 PM, robert ruiz <timurborte at hotmail.com> wrote:
> My gut says April would be a better move. Because of cooler weather and the
> fact that we would not be the weekend before crown.
> 1. If it is hot we will only get hard core fighters. And less of the general
> populace ( artisons and rapier fighters)
> 2. If crown is quite a distance it will draw more of peoples' money which
> would cause a reduction in attendance. Larger groups and more popular event
> would not feel this effect as much. We have a small group with an unproven
> “If you want to know the measure of a man look at the shoes he wears“
> Aristotle Onassis
> On Oct 19, 2010, at 11:22 AM, Liam Gordon <cenliamgordon2005 at gmail.com>
> Yes, it may be hotter in June, but the plus side to that is if we bill it as
> a let's get folks ready for crown, we may have a much BIGGER turn out, and
> more than likely Crown presence...
> On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 11:09 AM, Ruiz <ruizhorde at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> I am for the end of April. Cool weather and June starts vacations and
>> saving money for vacations. Remember how fighter practice and the social
>> gathering is effected.
>> From: SoldierGrrrl <soldier.grrrl at gmail.com>
>> To: Stronghold of Hellsgate <hellsgate at lists.ansteorra.org>
>> Cc: My Husband <johnmatkinson at gmail.com>; Liam Gordon
>> <cenliamgordon2005 at gmail.com>; robert ruiz <timurborte at hotmail.com>; Daria
>> Riley <daria at brokenspit.com>; Ruiz <ruizhorde at yahoo.com>; Adrian Knotts
>> <knottsa at yahoo.com>; KEYNA <keyna at hot.rr.com>; Ron <eirik at hot.rr.com>;
>> gatodelfuego at gmail.com; Sean Hertzberg <colsith at gmail.com>; Susan Scott
>> <gwenneth40 at gmail.com>
>> Sent: Tue, October 19, 2010 9:13:53 AM
>> Subject: SCHEDULE CHANGE: Crucible event - May 14, 2011
>> Good morning, y'all....
>> Below is a letter I just got from Her Grace, Duchess Conal.
>> Right now, we have two or three options.
>> Option the first- Pout, stomp our collective feet and pull the event.
>> Please note: This is NOT the option I want to pick. Honestly, I
>> think the way we handle this will say a lot aobut us. :-D
>> Option the second- Move the event to the end of April. This is Her
>> Grace's suggestion. We'll have cooler weather and may not run into
>> the problem of brides picking all the really good sites for May
>> Option the third- Move to the first weekend in June. Make this a
>> dress rehearsal for Crown, and play it up big that way. "Will the
>> next Heir be formed in the fires of Hellsgate's Crucible???" Granted,
>> we may end up on the field of honor with Bridezillas, dueling at 40
>> paces with marshmallow catapults, but I think we could do it.
>> My preferences are as follows: Three, two, one. :-)
>> Please let me know ASAP, as I'd like to get this on the calendar today.
>> In service to Country and Crown,
>> Lady Helene Dalassene
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Kingdom Seneschal <seneschal at ansteorra.org>
>> Date: Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 8:40 AM
>> Subject: Crucible event - May 14, 2011
>> To: SoldierGrrrl <soldier.grrrl at gmail.com>, gail young
>> <gwynethb63 at yahoo.com>
>> The BoD will be holding their Spring 2011 meeting in Houston on 4/16,
>> the day of Coronation. So unfortunately, the best weekend to move
>> Coronation is May 14th. The weekends of 4/16 & 4/30 will be open.
>> Namron is running Beltane on 4/30 so that would be a good weekend for
>> Crucible. 4/16 is open but you won't get Crown attendance. 5/22 will
>> be Queens Champion and a lot of BG will be going to that, and again
>> there would be no Crown presence at your event.
>> Let me know your preference.
>> Sorry for the inconvenience,
>> Seneschal Ansteorra
>> "Whatever their fond sentiments for men and women in uniform, for most
>> Americans the war remains an abstraction – a distant and unpleasant
>> series of news items that do not affect them personally."- Robert
>> Gates, Secretary of Defense.
> Quantum materiae materietur marmota monax si marmota monax materiam possit
"Whatever their fond sentiments for men and women in uniform, for most
Americans the war remains an abstraction – a distant and unpleasant
series of news items that do not affect them personally."- Robert
Gates, Secretary of Defense.
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