[Sca-cooks] Vikings in Minnesota

Pat Griffin ldyannedubosc at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 22 09:29:58 PDT 2008

It was ICELANDIC, not VIKING.  The two are not interchangeable.  

Lady Anne du Bosc Known as Mordonna The Cook

Mka Pat Griffin

Thorngill, Meridies

mka Montgomery, AL

"To stay young requires unceasing cultivation of the ability to unlearn old
falsehoods." From The Notebooks of Lazarus Long by R. A. Heinlein


-----Original Message-----
From: tudorpot at gmail.com [mailto:tudorpot at gmail.com] 
Sent: Sunday, September 21, 2008 8:32 PM
To: Cooks within the SCA
Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Vikings in Minnesota

It wasn't found then- it was then- http://www.nova-scotia- 
icelanders.ednet.ns.ca/news.html  for more details.
I must admit that when I saw the historical place sign I was  
flabbergasted. Seems a strange place for them to settle.


On Sep 21, 2008, at 9:28 PM, Antonia Calvo wrote:

> tudorpot at gmail.com wrote:
>> Not far from me here in Central Ontario there was a viking  
>> settlement  in 1874. They would have eaten wild turkey and  
>> potatoes. Not period  but definitely viking.
> Um... sorry, that failed to make sense.  Did you mean a Viking  
> settlement _found_ in Ontario in 1874?  That seems kind of farfetched.

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