[Loch-ruadh] Woodworking and Garb Workshops
rbnew at ftw.nrcs.usda.gov
Mon Jun 18 09:28:52 PDT 2001
I'm open for suggestions (as long as it's AFTER coffee).
Spence Mabry wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rhonda New [mailto:rbnew at ftw.nrcs.usda.gov]
> Sent: Monday, June 18, 2001 11:12 AM
> To: loch-ruadh at ansteorra.org
> Subject: Re: [Loch-ruadh] Woodworking and Garb Workshops
> STEVE K ROURKE wrote:
> > It has been brought to my attention that there is a need to fix a date for
> > the woodworkers guild, and also a request for a garb workshop. I was
> > thinkong if there were a date that was good for both and we could find
> > someone to host the garb workshop in Springtown we might be able to
> > kill two birds in one day so to speak. What do you all think?
> Ok, for all you woodworkers:
> The wood has to come from somewhere... Wanna know how
> it's done? We're going to fell a tree (ok, maybe 2 or 3 trees)
> Saturday the 23rd! There's wood for bows, arrows, walking
> sticks/staffs, and whatever. Need fireplace wood? BBQ wood?
> Then, perhaps at the next woodworkers' class you could learn
> how to make lumber from trees.
> From I-35W, South of Burleson,
> Take Exit 30 (FM 917) and go East (toward Lillian).
> The paved road makes a sharp South (right) curve then
> an East (left) curve at Happy Hill (convenience stores).
> After a short distance, turn North (left) at Cahill Methodist
> Church. Make the next Left turn onto non-paved
> Dot Hudson Road (clearly labeled). Turn left into long, fenced-lined
> "driveway" at mailbox with "8144" on it.
> Or - you can meet at my house(Time to be determined):
> 5412 Whitman Ave.
> Ft. Worth, TX 76133
> /Ly Elizabeth Hawkwood
> Central Regional Archery Marshal
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