SR - Best laid War plans

Bob Dewart gilli at
Tue Mar 9 07:12:30 PST 1999

Hi there,

All the arrows are fine.  They're just where we can't use them.  It's not so
much the cost per arrow  right now as it is the avaliablity of materials and
time to construct them.  You might check on site, but I don't think it will
do much good.  If there any pre made arrows there they, will have been most
likely bought before you guys get there.  Nice thought though.

Again, sorry
-----Original Message-----
From: Lady Simone <margiejr at>
To: southern at Ansteorra.ORG <southern at Ansteorra.ORG>
Date: Tuesday, March 09, 1999 9:09 AM
Subject: Re: SR - Best laid War plans

>Gilli I will let Tallon know As soon As I get to war. I am glad he two of
>you made it home ok.  What is needed to make the arrows duncan and I may
>have the money to attempt to replace some of them
>>Greetings all,
>>It is with deep regret that I must inform everyone that HL Darcy and I
>>make it to war this year after all.
>>We were on our way, going down 281 heading to San Antonio to pick up a
>>passenger.  After passing Marble Falls I asked Darcy,"Do you smell
>>something?"  "Yea, it just started."  "Smells, like transmission fluid."
>>After awhile I looked out the side window.  Dark smoke was billowing out
>>from the car like a jet with a damage engine.  The stuff was soon every
>>where.  The cabin of the Suburban filled with smoke and we could hardly
>>breath.  I finally got stopped and smoke was every where.
>>A kind man stopped to be of assistance.  He had come through our smoke and
>>had though it fog till he smelled the burnt transmission fluid.
>>We were rescued by Lord James and Lord Padruig, both of our shire.  We're
>>home now.  We're OK.  However, the Suburban, trailor, arrow factory, 1,000
>>arrows and $400 worth of food for the kitchen aren't.  They're still
>>along side the road where they bit the dust.  Recovery opperations will
>>start tomorrow.  But that's about it for us and this year's war for us.
>>Our most profound apologies to all those who were expecting us to be
>>For those of you who have not left yet, this shouldn't be too big of a
>>problem.  But for those who have already left, it may be.  I have left
>>of our plight at the home of Sir John (the Autocrat).  If you happen to be
>>luckier than we were and manage to make it to the war, please pass the
>>to HL Louise or Lord Talon.
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