[Loch-Ruadh] Gothic Again
dallaspanther at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 25 15:40:29 PDT 2006
We will bring both of our e-z ups for shade wherever it's needed. :-)
Aingeal <clan_mac at charter.net> wrote:
Here is how it looks right now for gothic. Please let us know if something on here needs to change.
Meals, Supplies & Camping spots
Alric I thought I saw that you were taking your 2 ez-ups, is this correct.
Brighid are you taking any ez-ups?
Does anyone have 2 pots that can be used for cooking?
Do we want to take the Shire's pavilion? If so we need to talk with the seneschal.
Do we want or need shade in the campsite?
Do we want to use the House Mac 12 X 12 for the kitchen?
stove - Alric (maybe the 3 Burner)
A kitchen pavilion - (Maybe House Mac's 12 X 12)
8 Tables - Caerell (2), Conor(2) & Alric(2)???
Shade for the fields -
Pots for cooking -
Coffee Pots - Caerell
What else might the camp need? Are there are other volunteers to help get things to Gothic.
Please remember we have 34+ people attending.
Breakfast - Janie & Padraig
Dessert - Kaz & Family
Chili Dogs - Potato Chips - Fresh Veggies (Cathal & Help) Saturday
Polydore, Fiona, Floria(1 or 2 pkgs) - Dogs
Dad - chili
Brighid(3), Padraig - buns
Brighid(3) - potato chips
Ceara, Aingeal - veggies
Janie - grated cheese & onion
Spaghetti - Fresh veggies - Bread (Karl & Help) Sunday
Aingeal, Floria - sauce
Cathal - noodles
Karl, Fiona - meatballs
Brighid - Bread
Terrance - Veggies
Anna, Sybil - salad
Floria - Olives
Eoghan & Janie 10 X 18
Terrance 12 X 12
Rolf & Sybil 10 X 20
Bear & Brighid 10 X 17
Dad 9 X 14
Polydore & Friends 18 X 15 (Sluggy & Padraig)
Cathal & Jock 10 X 20 (Robbie)
Alric & Fiona 10 X 20
Kaz & Family 10 X 20
Ken & Karl pop-up
Caerell & Aingeal 10 X 20
Elmer 12 X 12
Ethan 6 X 3
Ceara 15 X 15
Tom, Floria & Rose Merchants
Christine & Family
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