Shelley Wood Campfire - Schedule

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Shelley Wood Campfire - Schedule

Post by Eruresto » Wed Jun 13, 2007 1:00 pm

For all those attending the campfire this Saturday, the schedule is as follows:

1730: Troop meet at Scout Hut in Full Uniform. Depart CH for Shelley Wood.
1800: BBQs lit. Recommended arrival time for guests
1930: Campfire lit. Entertainments begin
(<>): Troop Entertainments continue.
c.2200: Patrols (minus those sleeping over) depart Shelley Wood for CH. Fire reaches embers stage.

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- Although 1800 is the recommented arrival time, you are most welcome at any time (at time of writing, we have people coming at around Midday and as late as 0000)!.
- Instruments are very welcome at the fire - accompaniment is always good!
- If people are still feeling wide awake, we may well proceed up Sharpenhurst as a JDS-birthday thing (despite JDS being absent and his birthday not being for another 4 days IIRC)
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Post by Great Plum » Wed Jun 13, 2007 2:17 pm

Well, I will be there - hoping to come mid afternoon to make sure that I am have a good camping spot...

Are there many people going?
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Post by J.R. » Wed Jun 13, 2007 4:31 pm

Great Plum wrote:Well, I will be there - hoping to come mid afternoon to make sure that I am have a good camping spot...

Are there many people going?
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Post by Great Plum » Wed Jun 13, 2007 6:27 pm

Tsk...
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Post by DavebytheSea » Wed Jun 13, 2007 6:57 pm

What sort of guests are invited to the campfire? Could Eastburns come and bring their own nosh to cook at the barbeque?
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Post by Mark1 » Wed Jun 13, 2007 7:32 pm

Yes, I sure we can make an exception to you - as long as Johnny promises to keep his pyrotechnics well away from the wood :wink:

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Post by Eruresto » Wed Jun 13, 2007 7:33 pm

Perhaps - it all depends on you! If you can trace a link to the wood, no matter how tenuous, then by all means! More than anything, it's whether you're up for singing around the campfire, after not being hit by a flaming arrow.

Lol.

EDIT: Mark, the pyrotechnics is my department :D Don't worry: I'm going to be practicing all tomorrow!
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Post by gemmygemmerson » Wed Jun 13, 2007 7:44 pm

Have a great time there. Don't blow up the place.......... actualy do. Might just go down in history.
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Post by Eruresto » Wed Jun 13, 2007 8:30 pm

Don't you mean "go up" in history?
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Post by gemmygemmerson » Wed Jun 13, 2007 8:34 pm

Indeed I may have done.
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Post by DavebytheSea » Wed Jun 13, 2007 9:21 pm

Eruresto wrote:Perhaps - it all depends on you! If you can trace a link to the wood, no matter how tenuous, then by all means! More than anything, it's whether you're up for singing around the campfire, after not being hit by a flaming arrow.

Lol.

EDIT: Mark, the pyrotechnics is my department :D Don't worry: I'm going to be practicing all tomorrow!
Well, House Runs featured largely when Rugger was off because of vile wet weather - does that count?

Singing is what this Eastburn likes best.

PS I hope that neither you nor Mark is suggesting that Jonny is particularly known for any Pyrotechic expertise, are you?
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Post by Great Plum » Thu Jun 14, 2007 9:05 am

Eruresto wrote:Perhaps - it all depends on you! If you can trace a link to the wood, no matter how tenuous, then by all means! More than anything, it's whether you're up for singing around the campfire, after not being hit by a flaming arrow.

Lol.

EDIT: Mark, the pyrotechnics is my department :D Don't worry: I'm going to be practicing all tomorrow!
I was very nearly hit by a flaming arrow before...
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Post by Eruresto » Thu Jun 14, 2007 3:18 pm

Great Plum wrote:
Eruresto wrote:Perhaps - it all depends on you! If you can trace a link to the wood, no matter how tenuous, then by all means! More than anything, it's whether you're up for singing around the campfire, after not being hit by a flaming arrow.

Lol.

EDIT: Mark, the pyrotechnics is my department :D Don't worry: I'm going to be practicing all tomorrow!
I was very nearly hit by a flaming arrow before...
Not this time, Mat - I spent two hours today practicing! Speaking of which, how well does paraffin soak into wood?
Great Plum wrote:Are there many people going?
A fair few - Meekie will be there at about midnight, Skinner and Mary deffo, possibly Pippa and we're saving a space for Mel...just in case! Other than that, it's the troop minus Jonny V (who I have personally excommunicated for being annoying) and a bunch of old blues...
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Post by Great Plum » Thu Jun 14, 2007 3:28 pm

I have no idea... maybe you should check and see...

Mr T isn't providing magnesium for the fire again is he?
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Post by Eruresto » Thu Jun 14, 2007 4:03 pm

Not as far as I'm aware...I'm providing archery-ness though...
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