Monday, October 19, 2009
Tierce Discusses Barony at Cragmere Meeting
This is a photo of a recent Cragmere meeting where Tierce, along with certain other Baronial candidates, discussed the future of Wulfhurst and the concerns of the baronial populace.
Tierce's eloquent discourse and self-denial in not eating SCA paperwork brought tears to the eyes of some who witnessed this historic event.
"I can't believe he's so self-possessed!" claimed one observer. "It's like he was trained for this from puppyhood."
No one knows if Tierce's baronial excellence is innate or has been carefully fostered in him, but one thing is for sure: he is still very much in contention for the Baronial chair.
Friday, September 4, 2009
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Friday, August 14, 2009
RAVENSLEY -- Tierce for Baron stickers sold well during Raven's War, bringing the amount of money destined for the Principality Travel Fund to $30. Once Tierce starts selling other stickers and memorabilia of his epic battle for the Baronial chair, we fully expect this amount to run rapidly to $100. Tierce also presented a sticker to Her Highness Chiara, which was graciously received.
Tierce spent a lot of time in his future yurt (which was not completed as planned due to unforeseen problems, hopefully solved this weekend), but also visited the people of Ravensley, listening to their concerns.
On Monday, Tierce was an instrumental part of the Barony Meeting, volunteering to act as a "cheerleader" for the Barony. Promoting a positive attitude towards the Barony has always been one of Tierce's goals.
Posted by RedShasta at 10:09 PM
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Tierce, concerned about the welfare of his baronial members, has constructed a FAQ for the Insula Magna Blue Pages and compiled a list of FAQs for other things. You can see it here.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
Last Thursday, people once again gathered at the Jolly Giant Daycare Gym in Hartwood to engage in the pastime of medieval dance. Tierce was instrumental in guiding the dancers through the forms of Rufty Tufty, Karabushka and other dance patterns.
"When he trips you, it means your form isn't as good as it could be," said one dancer, nursing a sprained ankle. "I'm glad Tierce is teaching me the right way to dance - in about 6 weeks, I'll be able to practice the dances again. It'll be a good opportunity to observe and learn."
Tierce instructs in dance at 7 PM every other Thursday. For more information, check the Wildwood website calendar events.
Posted by RedShasta at 10:36 PM
Saturday, July 11, 2009
Today, Tierce organized a successful work party at Ravensley, despite suffering from debilitating allergies. During this time, he inspected the site, mapped out the camping areas, liaised with the Ravensley site canine representative Fozzie (we did not get the proper spelling, so apologies if this is not correct), supervised the cooking and helped clear campsites.
"A true Baron helps out" seemed to be Tierce's motto as he wrestled with large sticks and transported them to other parts of the campsite. While having them dropped and left in the middle of the road did not seem to be at first the most efficient way of clearing out debris, all were confident that Tierce had a purpose in placing them there.
Tierce was also instrumental in ensuring proper road safety, even to the point of stepping right in front of a van that was transporting logs to one end of the camp. This caused the driver to slow down from his reckless 5 km/hr speed to a dead stop. While this seemed somewhat detrimental to Tierce's physical integrity, those of us working at the site were impressed with his dedication to proper driving speeds within the site area.
Truly, Tierce is a baronial candidate to be proud of!