[Sca-cooks] books, boxes and boxes of books

Susan Lin susanrlin at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 12:40:02 PDT 2011

I seem to be way behind in the book collection game.  When I moved from New
York to Colorado the only books that were unboxed were my cookbooks.  I seem
to have only a few compared to everyone else - just maybe 100-150.  All of
the rest of my books are still in boxes 5 years later.  Still in the
garage.  Somehow my bookshelves that held all my books in New York quite
comfortably are now full of "stuff", DVDs or my husband's books.  Funny how
that happened!  I can't even get to the Winnie the Pooh books for the baby!
I think it's time to excavate.


On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 1:56 AM, Stefan li Rous
<StefanliRous at austin.rr.com>wrote:

> Ana said:
> <<< Sorry I am in the middle of a big move and all my books (164 boxes,
> almost
> 3000 volumes, are [in storage].
> That's a lot of books. Not quite as much as Johanna and some others here, I
> believe, though.
> In general, that seems to be one thing that sets many serious SCA folks
> away from the usual folks in the mundane world. :-)
> Did/will all of your books find homes on bookshelves? Or are many of them
> still going to be stored in boxes?
> Stefan
> whose book collection is much smaller at around 1800 catalogued volumes,
> with several more boxes which are too old (no ISBN or Library of Congress or
> foreign publications) to catalog. And I seem to fill up bookshelves as fast
> as I can find places to put them, so some of my books are still in stacks on
> the floor and elsewhere.  Now just to find time to read all the books I
> haven't had a chance to yet...
> --------
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>   Mark S. Harris           Austin, Texas
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