[Sca-cooks] How was Pennsic?
betsy at softwareinnovation.com
Wed Aug 12 12:57:18 PDT 2009
One of our Court Baronesses has that- she has an assigned charging up
time/place; so she brings along one of the college age/fighter/lost boys to
help her set up, take down and run certain errands-(esp charging up the
steed) in exchange for food/transport and admission to Pennsic- seems to
work well for her.
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Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] How was Pennsic?
I believe there were a lot more of those "runabouts" this year than in past
and there are places to recharge batteries (right new Outland Royal/Your
Inner Vagabon). People seem to get around quite nicely with those although
I didn't see any of them try to go through one of the mud pits. As long as
you stay on the main roads that would work and she wouldn't be at the mercy
of the buses or disability services.
On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 5:56 AM, Saint Phlip <phlip at 99main.com> wrote:
> There is, but it's not availabvle for things like trips to the porta
> castle, which were on foot, up a steep little hill, or trips to the
> shower. And, when we went to try to schedule a couple of trips for her
> to work for Devra, they told us they weren't scheduling trips then.
> The buses were VERY irregular, with no place for people to sit and
> wait. We waited for over an hour, more thn once- only reason we got
> her where she needed to be a couple times was because we managed to
> flag down handicapped services on the fly.
> And, while, of you look on the map, we're nt very far from the barn,
> the map doesn't show that f'ing hill, which is just as steep as
> Runestone Hill, whick is often referred to as Heart Attack hill. I can
> walk up them, but on the occasions when I had to do it more than once
> a day, I wasn't much good for anything else.
> I did mnage to pull off n efficient usage of buses that gave her a bit
> of a thrill ;-) We got bus, that took us up the hill nd over into
> paid parking, where we dismounted. I hustled her back across the road
> in through the West Gate, and down to a shop where there were a couple
> of T-shirts she wanted to buy and back up to the bus stop by the
> merchant area, and we got there in time to catch the same bus again
> after its trip through te B camping area and out to archery. She
> thought that was great fun, having spent much of Pennsic waiting for
> buses that took forever to appear ;-)
> On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 5:27 AM, Huette von Ahrens<ahrenshav at yahoo.com>
> > --- On Tue, 8/11/09, Saint Phlip <phlip at 99main.com> wrote:
> >> Was awfully hrd on her,
> >> though, in
> >> terms of mobility. If I manage to bring her again, I'll see
> >> about
> >> renting her a scooter of some sort.
> > Hroar has talked about there being a special transporation service for
> the mobility challenged at Pennsic. He used it a lot in the years he went
> to Pennsic. I believe that you have to schedule a pick-up in advance, but
> he said it was worth it.
> > Huette
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