Duncan Mills, CA
From The Page (August, 2005):
Their Highnesses, Dmitriy and Hannah, invite the populace to a day of Chivalry and Honor as the Principality of the Mists holds it Fall Coronet to determine Their Highnesses' successors. Their Highnesses encourage all fighters and consorts to bring banners to show their participation in the lists. Their Highnesses are also upholding the Mists tradition that combatants take the field in a harness that is proper and medieval, and ask all to avoid intrusively modem armor and garments. Should you have questions regarding the acceptability of your harness or if you wish to hear suggestions on hiding the modern items, please consult with Their Highnesses prior to the tournament, and they will work with you to ensure that all who wish to compete may enter. Their Highnesses have invited the Equestrian College to show their skills at the Joust, on the List Field, at their Coronet, plan to bring your own corral, as there are no corrals on site. For information about Equestrian Activities, contact Collette de Rayncheval (contact info omitted) and leave a message. Consult the A&S Competition calendar in this newsletter for Competitions to be held at the Coronet.
Site Information: The site for this celebration is new, it is 5 miles from the ocean. There is access to the Russian River and there is NO lifeguard, so please make sure to keep an eye on your children. If you would like RV space, contact the autocrat prior to the event. RV is available at the campground next to the site. Dogs must be on a leash and need to be cleaned up after. There is no water(or trees) on site, plan accordingly. The site fee is $12 for members, $15 for non-members, $6 for children 6-12, and children 0-5 are free. Site opens noon Friday and closes on Sunday at 4 pm. Merchants please contact the autocrat prior to the event, site opens at 10 am for merchants
Autocrat: Beli Bailey (contact info omitted).
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