[Loch-Ruadh] Central Artisans - Part 2

Deana Covel Whitney dmcovel79 at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 17 15:52:01 PST 2009



 A few more thanks and acknowledgments from Kingdom A&S are needed. 

 First, the new comer who put
on the alchemy display is named: Elisabet till Skagen. Master Robin explained
her display was how,
with the science skills and materials available in medieval Persia, one could produce a genie from a
bottle (a large column of smoky vapor barreling out of the bottle, which became
quite hot in the process). 

Welcome her when you see her at the
next event. 

 Second, the Pilgrim’s Badges
given for the top 20 scores were created by Lord Lochlan Dunn. These are great
examples of the metal worker’s art. 

 And finally, thanks again to
all the Laurels who judged.  Mistress Dyan from Rosenfeld was left off the
first list accidentally. 


In Service, 

 H Ly Hanna von Dahl 


"Burn brightly without burning out." - Richard Briggs


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