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Re: At last it can be told
Poster: "Sharon Henderson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Were Tuchuces banned?
> No. Just moved to Dagen's Dell and told to be good. Which, as far as
> I know, they were.
As someone who camped with Clan Badger's Crossing in Dagen's Dell, I
can state for the record that the 'chux were what they have always been to us:
good neighbors. No one at Pennsic goes entirely without making some noise --
and anyway, at Pennsic I'm beginning to believe I *cannot* sleep without the
sound of drums somewhere.... :-) But they've always come to visit, let us
visit them, were courteous, good-natured, and amusing.
And what's more, Animal brought his new little son, Jagan, down to
visit us. What a fine and proper little warrior he is, too! We heard how
Animal brought his katana to the hospital for the birth -- and the first thing
little Jagan touched after his birthing was his sire's sword. (I thought that
was pretty cool....)
Dagen's Dell was a nice place to camp. But BOY, was it far away....
some part of me was almost relieved I was only there for the weekend!
BTW, the medallion was a brass sundial, which only needed a couple of
beads on a string to work. Very cool, if a little heavy; there were jokes
being made that we'd had Pennsic for 25 years, and now they were giving us a
gold watch -- and if we're retired, then ten thousand OTHER people would have
to attend Pennsic next year. (I guess that means we all change persona....)
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