Bah! Ours doesn't come until march.
We need a photo of Mike with chain mail and a battle axe. Or at least a walking staff and a flagon of brew!
nerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrd!Are you going to Pennsic next week?
You haven't lived until you smack your best friend in the back of the head with a turky drumstick whilst shouting, "Huzzah, and twenty pounds for the King!".Brass
Had a nephew that got married at one of these in Colorado, a real great time was had by all.
When I was stationed in Southern California I used to go every year to the Faire in Agoura, at the Fox Ranch. They had semi-permanent structures there and it purported to the be the largest in the world. In any event it was tremendous fun, although for years I resisted going in costume because it seemed ridiculous.Then I broke down and put together a costume (helped that I got my hands on a two handed sword). It was even more fun, by an order of magnitude.Yoiks, and away!
Huzza! Hope it was fun, y'all got a good day for it! Makes me want to hunt up some mead...
Where did you keep the Bersa?;)
heh funny thing about those places about half the population is well armed and people get along just fine.
Robert - Mike does not attend the faire. He dislikes it so much that he used to pay for my friend's ticket so that he wouldn't have to go and I wouldn't go alone.TBolt - pot, kettle.less - I took the Smith & Wesson .38, model 642. It fits nicely in a purse (I don't have a thigh holster)
Steel-boned, eh?Is that from the medieval torture chamber or the medieval boudoir?Or both?
Y'know, I'm convinced you and Falnfenix would hit it off instantly if you two ever met.
I thought Mike couldn't have gone with you, since you took that off before you got home...
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