[Loch-Ruadh] A Birthday Celebration!
arcusironwyrm at juno.com
Tue Aug 10 14:37:06 PDT 2004
O yea, O yea!
The Honorable Guyjin San does send Greeting to all whom
read this missive!
And doth send invitation to join a celebration in honor of his
goodwife the Lady Alienor Lewelyne's 60th mundane year!!
Celebration to be held upon Sunday August 29th at their home
in Eastern Steppes just one mile north of the Steppes archery
practice range at Eastfield College. Revels to begin directly
following archery practice and carry on until the early evening!
Guy & Alienor wish to share this most predigest milestone with
their chosen SCA family whom they have come to know and love
as their own. Standard house rules apply same as for armoring &
combat archery workshops held there in the past. Pot luck dishes,
snacks & deserts are welcome. Alcohol is BYOB please! Of course
children are welcome, however canines will be eaten by the large
hordes of oversized felines known to prowl the Eastern Steppes area!
Location: 2910 San Medina, Dallas
(just on the edge of both Mesquite & Garland)
Time: Sunday Aug. 29th, 1 PM till 6 PM
Garb: None, mundane clothing please
Directions: North take 635 east to Centerville/Ferguson exit
south (right), follow Ferguson past Gus Thompsson
to San Medina (one block) turn left. The house is
the middle of the third block on the right.
East take 635 north to Centerville/Ferguson exit
south (left), follow Ferguson road just as above.
West take 20/30 east to the Ferguson exit north
(right), follow Ferguson road beyond five stoplights
to San Medina, turn right (if you past Gus Thompsson
make a U turn and follow the North directions,
because you have gone too far). The house is in the
middle of the third block on the right.
South follow the same directions as the West or East
Lost just call and someone will guide you in!
Pray come and join us in celebrating Alienor's 60th Birthday!
We hope we shall see you there!
(Respectfully submitted for our computer challenged Guyjin!)
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