Posted by Elaine on October 20, 1999 at 09:56:54:
In Reply to: Re: Hey Jo & Dana S. This Ones For You posted by Jo on October 20, 1999 at 09:21:07:
: : Jo you better get that tipi set up and ready for Y2K. Thats one thing that the kids watch when we do demos at schools. It is not hard to break the tips when setting the tripod. As tight as the rope has to be wrapped and if you spread the base to far out they snap fast. I have a lot of information on the pc if you would like it. Let me know and I'll email it to you asap. Things like: year round living in the tipi, ozans, painting the cover and liner, setting postions, etc. And Dana that wigwam was half my problems. There is no way to build it and be able to travel with it. Jo was that you that said we would use tents to stay in for Gathering 2000? If so are you going to bring your tipi? Sound like a good idea Dana?
: : Silver Wolf
: Silver Wolf:
: Thanks for the help will email you......No it was NOT me who suggested tents/teepees for the Y2K Gathering; heavens; the bunkhouse was enough of a camping event in a building....leaping up to the top bunk was a feat that I am glad no one witnessed...will be interesting to see what the next lodgings will be...to be able to walk to a bed and get in it....can't bring the teepee....must weigh 40 or so pounds in canvas...not mentioning the poles....don't think TWA would appreciate the "extra" luggage...
: but it would be an idea....
Actually, we're hoping to have cabins available this time around.
If all goes well, we'll be able to reserve/procure/steal a group of cabins. As close to a Mohicanland *village* setting we can get. One of these cabins will (HOPEFULLY) be set up as a Trading Post.
Marcia is vacationing in the area right now & is scouting out some possible locations.
Sooooo ... if anyone is interested in utilizing the Trading Post for goods contact either myself or Sarah M.
If Doctor Mary can be persuaded to abandon her quack practice for the weekend of the Gathering, maybe she'll manage her own little charlatan cabin in Mohicanland.
Those who prefer motel accommodations will still have that option.
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