Viking Village Meet - York - May 21st - 22nd 2016

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mountainm

Bushcrafter through and through
Jan 12, 2011
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www.mikemountain.co.uk
If I'd thought of it before I would've suggested doing leather trading cards... no time now. Anyway. Looking forward to meeting some familiar names.

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Red Fox

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Dec 31, 2012
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If the wather is wet i might do some wood carving. 20160517_200459.jpgI think my gear needs more work but I am getting their i am looking forward to learning from you guys and I hope that this is the start of more viking meets. :) only one more sleep
 

mentalnurse

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Bit late notice. If anyone is going who makes tablet weave i would be interested in buying some please.

Riam the wood working sounds good still not cracked the wood spirt carving that i know your so good at.
 

Red Fox

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Dec 31, 2012
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Thanks very much for a fascinating weekend I found it very difficult to come home because I felt more at home in the village I wish me and my family lived thear ha ha my wife probably would not feel the same way. The thing is at the village you are not stuck behind glass windows the air and smoke light and sound of nature is evrywear it's just a nice way to live. I loved spending time with old friends and making new friends and learning from each other was good, i lnjoyed the night when we all sat together and sheard stores and meed .I can't wait to see you all again soon .Thanks for all the help Gary and debs and the food was very nice indeed dave and carl thanks for your lovely food as well, hammish it was good fun sharing the house and I learned lots .it was a pleasure seeing you all and having you as viking neighbours. I will try and get some photos.
 

Dreadhead

Bushcrafter through and through