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WinterMoot 2019

Discussion in 'BushMoot - the big get together' started by Tony, Jan 17, 2018.

  1. Lou

    Lou Full Member

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    Especially if it starts on 02.02.20 and ends on 20.02.20 ???? That maybe like some kind of end of the world date though.
     
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    everyone knows that if we ban fat ladies singing, the world can't end... ;)
     
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    But some of us may like ample ladies singing!
     
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    hehehe... I'm quite ample myself, but if i start singing, be afraid... be VERY afraid!!! :singing:

    Oh, and stock up on supplies. ;)
     
  5. Tony

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    Having a two and a half week WinterMoot would be cool (no pun intended)
    You going to be able to get away from your busy season over there for the WinterMoot?
     
  6. Lou

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    I hope so. If the children can fend for themselves for a week then I'll be all set.
     
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    Is the winter moot still a goer for next year? There seemed to be quite a bit of interest from what I heard at this year's bushmoot.
     
  9. Midnitehound

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    You obviously have a clear vision for the Winter Moots. :cool2:
     
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    Maggie and I are up for this. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.
    :emoji_cloud_snow::emoji_snowflake::emoji_snowman::campfire::emoji_snowman2::emoji_snowflake::emoji_cloud_snow:
     
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    Hopefully I'll be there for this. Can't make the autumn one because I'm off for half term week a couple of weeks later.
     
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    I'll put the dates in the diary, you never know I may be able to get away for this one.
     
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    Yeah, Winter Moot's
    Winter Moot's a goer, site's already paid for so onwards and upwards!
     
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    Be great to have you Leon, missed you at the Moots...
     
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    Well the Autumn Moot was great so we are now really looking forward to the Winter one.

    A good number have already committed to being there so come along and join in.

    We will make the Naughty Corner comfy with wind screening, a big fire and yummies from the pizza oven. The main building has a big toasty wood stove too.

    :camping:
     
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    Hi - long time lurker here. Thinking of coming to this as it's pretty close to me (Bristol). You mention keeping the camping area smaller - do you still think it will be possible to set up a tent and tarp in an area away from others? Not meaning to sound completely antisocial, but would prefer to be able to retreat to relative peace and quiet of my own little space if possible. I don't expect everybody would be crammed into the same space, but not having been before just wonder if you could comment on the space available for those who've not experienced it before. Cheers!
     
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    Thought some one else would have spoken up but here goes. As for space available.... there is tons of it !!! As the Winter Moot will be less well attended it makes sense for folk to camp closer to the centre then they would normally. If 100 folk have got there before you in summer you may have to pitch up a bit more then a stones throw from the Loo's. Come winter and the same site has 30 turn up before you and yes you are closer to the Loo's. Having said that the size of the site has not changed, that sweet spot 10 mins walk from the loo is still in the same spot.
    In short you WILL be able to find a great spot away from the crowd should you wish that
    will be very easy to find rest assured.
     
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    Thanks Hammock_man!
     
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    Yeah, there's plenty of space and you can camp where you want to, we had a number of people at the Autumn Moot that did exactly what you want to be doing and they loved it.
     
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    the bushmoot.com website appears to be having some technical issues... is there an ETA on when it will be back up?
     

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