Troll Stomp

 

Event Summary:

Date: July 5 , 2002 until July, 7 2002
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on July 5th 2002
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on July 7th 2002

Event site:
Pass Creek Park
Castlegar, BC

Click here for more information about this location such as site amenities, rules, and restrictions.



Come frolic in the shadow of the Glacier as Frozen Mountain once again invites you to Troll Stomp!Leave the political machinations and pressures of battle behind!Here we take revelry, feasting, singing, and waterfights seriously! There is a fabulous public swimming pond adjacent to the site.Comradely combat in both heavy and rapier fighting is encouraged, as participants see fit to arrange. Contact the autocrat if you wish to do that arranging.A pot luck feast will bring together Shire members and guests on Saturday night, followed by a bardic circle at the great firepit, conditions permitting. Bring your instruments and voices!

Gate opens 3:00 Friday, closes 3:00 Sunday.
Site fee: $15 (Canadian funds) – cash preferred, cheques MAY be made payable to The Shire of Frozen Mountain
Children 15 and under free when they come with an adult. All minor waivers apply.
Autocrat: Magdalen of Haphazard Manor mdefeo@netidea.com (250) 352-2532

Please Note! Site changed to Pass Creek Park! This fabulous campground has level sites, firepits, flush toilets, showers, a pay phone, and lots of flat green space (for fighting?) RV’s welcome, but sites are not serviced.
Gate opens 3:00 Friday, closes 3:00 Sunday.
Site fee: $15 (Canadian funds) –
Children 15 and under free when they come with an adult. All minor waivers apply. Some restrictions apply – if your children make up an entire camping party of 4 or more, we will need to pay the park for their presence.
Autocrat: Magdalen of Haphazard Manor mdefeo@netidea.com (250) 352-2532

There is potable water available onsite.
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House Defeo mdefeo@netidea.com

Good people of the North!
Join Frozen Mountain on the lush green lawns at the foot of the Glacier for
Troll Stomp! (Trolls optional) July 5-7th.
Leave the political machinations and pressures of battle behind!
Here we take revelry, feasting, singing, and waterfights seriously! There
is a fabulous public swimming area adjacent to the site, witch testing
schedule TBA.
Inaugural Troll Stomp Rapier Tourney; Avacal blades have threatened to
slash all comers – defend your Crown Principality! We need your steel!
Comradely combat in heavy is encouraged, as participants see fit to arrange.
We already have people promising to bring their armour, as well as their
amour.

A pot luck feast will bring together Shire members and guests on Saturday
night, followed by a bardic circle at the great firepit, conditions
permitting. Bring your instruments and voices!

Gate opens 3:00 Friday, closes 3:00 Sunday.
Site fee: $15 (Canadian funds)cash preferred, but it is possible to make
cheques payable to The Shire of Frozen Mountain.
Children 15 and under free when they come with an adult. All minor waivers
apply.
Autocrat: Magdalen of Haphazard Manor mdefeo@netidea.com (250) 352-2532
904 Kokanee Ave. Nelson BC V1L 3P8 email mdefeo@netidea.com

The site is in a public campground with a fine flat field for bouts, boules,
and bacchanalia as well as permanent camping sites also suitable for RV’s,
though there are no hook ups. Flush toilets, showers and close access to
all the shopping and amenities make this a hospitable site indeed.

Location: Pass Creek Park, Robson. From the West – take Highway 3 to
Castlegar, BC. Follow highway 3A towards Nelson about 4 km (2.4 mi.) and
take the exit to Robson. Follow this winding highway for 5 minutes until
you take ‘another’ exit for Robson – the entrance to the park is immediately
after that exit! Don’t take take the bridge back into Castlegar! From the
East – Taking Highway 3 to Salmo, then proceed through Salmo to Castlegar on
Highway 3B, but take the 3A exit to Nelson and Airport before you enter
Castlegar. Follow 3A for 4 km and take the Robson exit, as above.

eb
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Where?

Why, I’m so glad you asked where Troll Stomp is being held on Jyly 5-7th!
Frozen Mountain, for those many who have not had the opportunity to visit,
is in the West Kootenays of BC. Follow #3 highway from the lower mainland,
it takes about 7-8 hours. From Monforet, Appledore, Wealdsmere and Dregate
it’s about 3 1/2 hours. Oh, and from Clinton – also 8 hours!

Yes, we are on the Easternmost border of the Crown Principality – we are the
Easternmost shire! We are snug up against the Avacal border – come support
us!

Now that you all know, we expect to see you there!

Wildly yours,
Mags
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