This is my own page and I wondered if I would ever get a chance
to tell my own event story. It's my own page after
We all know how hard it is to do an event. We work our fingers to
the bone, our backs begin to ache, and our heads well we won't even go
there. But every so often something happens to help make
it all better. This is what happened to me.
On Sunday at the end of Tourney of the Foxes it started to
rain a lot. When I got up I had to go take down audio equipment
that had gotten wet and put it up before it got wetter. I was a
little upset that it had gotten wet and forgot to take down my own
camp. Now when I did remember to take mine down I rushed back
and parked on the grass beside the tent. Can you say BAD
IDEA. By this time the ground was so wet I couldn't get any
traction to drive off. At this point I'm thinking I'll be
here until it dries out. Not to worry, along came two of my
fellow shire members and they decide I'm in trouble. Well I was.
Being strong gentles they lend a shoulder each. The last thing
they say before I get in my van is don't "gun it" and cover
them in mud. Well with there help I slowly make it to the rode,
and then the right wheel gets traction and the left begins to spin as
the limited slip kicks in. Ooops mud bath anyone. The lord
behind that wheel stood there looking down at the mud all over his
shoes, legs, shirt and face, and I know he's going to be a little how
do you say........ um peeved. Nope not a bit. Instead he
kind of laughs it off and heads for the shower house.
The poor man still worked the rest of the day soaking wet. I
know I'm never going to forget what he did for me, even if he might
Greggor of Vulpine Reach
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