Posted by Kate on July 22, 2000 at 08:18:07:
In Reply to: Hello, Greetings and inquiries from a Newbie posted by ZAC on July 22, 2000 at 02:52:36:
: I discovered this site about 4 days ago, and I was originaly just looking for sheet music for LOTM tunes, and I discover how totally AWESOME this site is!!! WOW what a cool message board! I just thought I'd um.. introduce myself to yahl because I may spend a good deal of time here from now on, well I hope that that's not wrong to just do this but... So hi, my name's ZAC and I am a Rendezvouser for the most part. Although I do historical re-enactments for many time eras,(from 1750 to Rev. war, Fur trade, and Cowboy times, and even WWII) my favorite would have to be from the late 1750's to Rev. War.
: First off, are most of you rendezvousers?... Some, at least? I am looking for a personna to really get into, but as of yet I am kindof the Jack of all trades, but Master of none.... Get my drift? I don't know exactly where to start, but Just somthing French&Indian War preferably british, as that's what most my family and friends are...... So, if its not to much trouble, could someone attempt to help me out, or just throw a few ideas out for me?
: Forever Indebted,
Heck no, Zac! That isn't the 'wrong' thing to do! It's the RIGHT thing to do!! :0) We are always happy to have 'new blood' join in the fun on the Board!! And you are absolutely right - this Board is AWESOME! The folks here are a great bunch, witty, intelligent and VERY informative about all sorts of subjects. We'd be right honoured to have you join us - and perhaps tell us about 'rendezvousing' - something of which I have no knowledge. Is that anything like 'trekking' or 're-enacting'?
There are quite a few 're-enactors' here, as well as 'potential wannabee's', such as our Dana! :0) There are also lots of folks here on the Board that write under 'alias's' and have several personna's. You will soon get to know who is who. And when the opportunity arises to 'invent' a character, you just jump in!! :0)
We'll look forward to hearing from you, when time permits but - don't leave it too long!
Post a Followup