[Sca-cooks] Trailers was Looking for a Fire pit
johnnae at mac.com
Sun May 3 05:29:27 PDT 2009
And there are a number of people that stay with the smaller vehicle all
and drive at most a Cr-V or even the hybrid civic to events to save on
gas. There are also
a number of people that attend events via public transportation, because
they don't own cars.
If one isn't attending a war, how much stuff must be taken for a day event?
Doesn't this idea of more stuff and larger cars scare off potential
members? What do
people do outside the United States and Canada?
Stefan li Rous wrote:
> When folks start out in the SCA they often have a small, compact car.
> They then start playing and decide they need more carrying capacity,
> so they get a bigger car. This later moves to large car or mini-van or
> to a full-sized pickup truck or van. Somewhere along the line a
> trailer gets added. Sometimes the trailer itself gets bigger. (We will
> be looking for a 5x8 box trailer to tow behind our Honda minivan, to
> replace my low-slung box trailer once I find a job). I have seen this
> progress to small buses. In Ansteorra, large horse trailers are now
> getting added to the mix. See this file in the TRAVEL section:
> SCA-transport-msg (26K) 1/24/08 Typical and unusual SCA vehicles
> and transportation.
> I did wonder whether this push towards larger vehicles would be halted
> in the rising gas prices last summer, but gas is cheap again.
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