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Shewie
25-01-2006, 13:58
Is anybody else missing the Bushmoot in July because they`re getting married - no ? That`s just me then !

:(

Klenchblaize
25-01-2006, 14:01
Bad planning man!

Congratulations though.

:beerchug:

K

ilovemybed
25-01-2006, 14:02
Is anybody else missing the Bushmoot in July because they`re getting married - no ? That`s just me then !

:(

You'll just have to change the date then. ;)

Or, why not have a bushcrafty reception? The veil on the bride's dress will make good midge protection, and the rest of the crowd can provide mead, Sloe Gin, grub (possibly literally), and a fruity three teir bannock with a whittled bride and groom on top!

Lithril
25-01-2006, 14:10
Have you seen on the front end who is attending???

tomtom
25-01-2006, 14:12
bad luck mate, mors is coming dont you know!! :p (sorry that doesnt help does it)

hope your mrs to be doesnt read this thread :lmao:

Shewie
25-01-2006, 14:52
Yeah Mr Kochanski is attending - I could have got my book signed.

Nevermind - I`m organising the honeymoon so there might be an element of bushcraft left in my plans yet. I wonder if she`ll be up for some arctic adventures in Lapland, or tracking rhino in Africa. She is warming to the idea of grizzly country in a log cabin though.

The last time we tried anything involving sleeping outdoors together she brought here slippers and a hair dryer.
Say no more.

Think of me at 2 o`clock on the Sunday walking down the aisle (mora concealed under tails jacket - firestell under cumberbund etc)



Hope you all have a great time

ilovemybed
25-01-2006, 15:07
I propose (sorry, too late for that, eh Shewie?) that all in attendance have a toast to the happy couple at 2pm on the Sunday.


and another at 2.10

and at 2.20.


You get the idea....

Oh, and I forgot to say in first post...
CONGRATULATIONS! :beerchug:

Ed
25-01-2006, 21:18
Congrats mate to you and your other half :D

Ed

Toddy
25-01-2006, 21:34
Is anybody else missing the Bushmoot in July because they`re getting married - no ? That`s just me then !

:(

:lmao: Congratulations, I hope you'll both be very happy......pity the anniversary is probably going to collide with future bushmoots too though :D
I've a friend in the same sort of situation, but he checked his diary before he agreed to a date. He is a re-enactor and *his* fiance wanted to get married the same day that the re-enactment of the Battle of Hastings is on :eek: :eek:
"But if you loved me......" fell on deaf ears :rolleyes: After all it's the 950th anniversary of the battle and *no* marriage lasts that long :D :D

Cheers,
Toddy 28th anniversary next week.....we looked at each other on our 25th and agreed it didn't seem that long, silver weddings were for old folk :confused: :rolleyes:

Adi
25-01-2006, 21:37
you could always have the reception at the moot or even have a civil wedding there.

Congratulation anyway :)

stuart f
25-01-2006, 23:40
Bushmoot or Married mmm tough call mate. :D

Tony
26-01-2006, 08:35
Start and Cindy's Anniversary always clashes with the BushMoot in Wales...... :(
To be honest you owe a lot more to her than meeting up with us. She's your friend for life, there's nothing more valuable that that.

Get her involved and come to the next one.

You have a fantastic time, I know it's months off yet but I'm excited for you already. :You_Rock_

Shewie
26-01-2006, 14:39
Thanks all for the good wishes I`m sure I`ll cope on the day (there`s a pub about fifty yards from the church) :rolleyes:

Hope you all have a good weekend

Stuart
27-01-2006, 09:29
Start and Cindy's Anniversary always clashes with the BushMoot in Wales...... :(

not only does it clash with our wedding anniversary, its worse than that....
I actually chose that date for the bushmoot and booked the site years in advance!

Cindy will never let me of the hook for not only arranging something else on our anniversary date but arranging for it to happen on that date every year for the foreseeable future :(