[Sca-cooks] The 50th annual SCA-Cooks Thanksgiving list!

JAMES REVELLS sudnserv5 at verizon.net
Fri Nov 24 10:20:48 PST 2006

Hej! Brigihid,
    Thank you, it was great having you visit the store!  I hope more of the 
list members will stop by.  I have lingon berries to sell!  I ordered a #10 
can of them for the Bergantal Yule feast..  There also other treats for 
those of you who like Northern European items, jewelry or food.
    If the sea food place was on south Main Street then it was either 
Poncho's Wreck or the Anchor, both sell sea food & have a nice atmosphere. 
Hopefully more of you will come check out the town next weekend when I have 
my grand opening.

   It had to happen!  I had to do it!  We are open for business & I want all 
of my friends to come see the new store!  Olaf's Plunder is going to have a 
Grand Opening Celebration on the Second and Third of December .  Musicians 
are invited to busk, story tellers to put out a hat & everyone in garb gets 
a 10% discount on all gift store items (this does not include any of the 
consigned art).  Some of the Artist responsible for the fine arts & crafts 
in the gallery will be present as well.  For those that have not heard, I 
moved up here to open a gift store and art gallery with a Viking Age theme. 
Many of the items in the store are of interest to SCAdians & most are of 
interest to people who aren't, so bring everyone.
    We are located in Southern Vermont near Mount Snow in the Deerfield 
Valley.  The Deerfield Valley is also attempting to break Guinness Book of 
World Record for them most Santa's in one spot that weekend 
(http://www.celebratethevalley.com/).  There's lots going on so come have 
some fun!

----- Original Message ----- 
>>    After I get back to the apartment it will be a quick jump into bed so 
>> I
>>can get up early & walk down to the store to get it open for the big day.
> And a very nice store it is, too.  I was visiting my MIL in Vermont two
> weeks ago, and we took a trip over to Wilmington.  We were actually
> heading home when I spotted a store whose name rang very faint bells in
> the back of my mind.  I hit the brakes, we went inside, and I admired
> all the pretty things while Olaf did a skillful repair to the most
> precious piece of jewelry that I own.
> OBfood: We lunched in Wilmington, at a seafoood restaurant whose name I
> do not remember, but I clearly remember the sweetness of the steamed 
> clams.
> -- 
> Brighid ni Chiarain
> Barony of Settmour Swamp, East Kingdom
> Robin Carroll-Mann *** rcmann4 at earthlink.net

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