Site: Army Corps of Engineers Campground, Live Oak, CA
From The Page (September, 1993):
The theme of the Cynagua/Mists War is the First Crusade.
This is a new site, in Live Oak, between Chico and Yuba City. There is plenty of shade and varied terrain for lots of different scenarios. There will be both IKAC and war archery. Markland type and golf tube arrows are OK. The site is next to the Feather River, with a beach for swimming. Parents, watch your children. There are no life guards. By county ordinance, animals must be leashed. No ground fires are allowed. Alcohol is allowed, for those over 21 years of age, on this site; be responsible.
There will be a bardic competition; songs in praise of the opposing principality.
Site fee is $6; children under 12 are free. Merchants fee is $10.
Autocrat: Stephen MacAlpine (name/contact info).
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