[Scriptoris] Bus to Laurel's Prize Tourney

Hillary Greenslade hillaryrg at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 24 11:14:14 PDT 2006

I know so of you are not on the Ansteorra list, so if you are toying with the idea of heading off
to the Laurel's Prize Tourney (display) event, here is an option for taking a bus trip to the
event along the I-35 corridor from Elfsea/Steppes, through Bryn Gwlad and down to Bjornsborg and
eventually to the event.  

Be sure to sign up early as possible so Ameline can confirm the bus and motel. 
Looking forward to seeing many lovely works of arts, and hearing great bardic performances, 
Cheers, Hillary
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2006 18:00:14 -0500
From: "Ameline DuBois" <Ameline at generich.com>
Subject: [Ansteorra] Laurel's Prize bus?
To: "Kingdom of Ansteorra - SCA, Inc." <ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org>

Greeting to you all, from Ameline DuBois,
  I am looking to make the journey to Laurel's Prize and I thought I
would see if others wish to ride with me. As Dame Clara pointed out
Laurel's Prize Tourney only happens every two years. It would be a great
opportunity to learn from and talk with others in your field, or just
get out of the house and have fun with friends.
 I would like to leave the driving to others and visit with friends, so
I am asking if there are 30 or 40 others who would like to go with me.
We would leave from Dallas 6:00pm then Fort Worth 7:00pm and could stop
along the way to pick up others.... say in Waco or Austin. Stay over
night in San Antonio 12:00am at a Days Inn eat their continental
breakfast, get to the sight around 9:00 or 10:00 am. Times are *very*
tentative.... The bus has compartments in the bottom to put your A&S
entries so you can display all your things for the event. Enjoy a day of
fun and go home that night after the event. The cost of this trip would
be $55 per person for the bus and $14 per person for 4 people to a room,
or $28 per person for 2 to a room. 

Time is short, think about it will be fun!!! Call or email me privately
to see if we have enough people:

Ameline at generich.com 


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