Minutes from Feb 15, 2023, business meeting.
Agenda for May 18, 2023, business meeting at 7pm EDT.
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Wednesday, August 11 · 7:30 – 8:30pm
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Ethereal get-together B for Canton of Wyndriche incipient.
Friday, June 12⋅11:00am – 1:00pm
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Online meeting to talk about anything SCA related. Purpose is to help branch members stay connected during the plague. Anyone can attend.
Greetings. You are invited to the first of the Canton of Wyndriche’s informal monthly meetings. Intended mostly for SCA members within our branch’s area in Maine, but anyone is welcome; see our webpage. Link to geographic area: https://wyndriche.eastkingdom.org/lands/
Future get-togethers will likely be on the 12th of each month.
Wyndriche ethereal get-together
When: Tue May 12, 2020 6pm – 7:30pm EDT (GMT-4)
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Who (aka host) :
Thomas of Wyndriche,
Seneschal of the Canton of Wyndriche incipient,
aka Thomas F Watson III
There will be a quarterly business meeting of the Canton of Wyndriche (incipient) on Thursday, March 16, 2017. The meeting will begin at 7:00 pm and will be held at Unity House of Pizza (UHOP) on Main Street in Unity, Maine. Attire is everyday casual wear. You may send agenda items to Syr Cedric of Thanet, Seneschal of Wyndriche, at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can follow conversations related to this meeting on social media through the facebook page Wyndriche Canton Meeting or on the facebook group Wyndriche – Incipient Canton of.
10 AM – 1 PM
Bring your own lunch & water
In February 2016 the Seneschal of the Canton of Basingestoches (incipient), Lord Thomas de Marr’, announced the opportunity for SCA members to participate in an Infantry Training Endurance Hike on the carriage roads of beautiful Acadia National Park.
Please consult a scan of the carriage trail map with the hike route posted on April 18th on the Infantry Endurance Training Hike facebook event to learn where to park and where the route will take you. Lord Thomas de Marr’ indicates on this map that the hiking route will start at the Parkman Mountain Parking Lot on the North side.
The endurance training hike will be held on the Hadlock Brook Loop carriage road. This is a 3.9 mile circuit that features a pond, a waterfall, and both steep and gently rising grades. The Acadia Carriage Road and Hiking Trail Pocket Guide (page 27) describes access to this section of the carriage trails (paraphrased) as follows:
“A mile north of Northeast Harbor on Rte. 198 is the stone Brown Mountain Gatehouse. Park in the lot just north of that. A short rise leads to intersection , where you will turn left. The carriage road continues straight and level for over a mile. It skirts Upper Hadlock Pond.Two right turns at  and  lead up one of the steepest carriage road grades in the system. But you will be amply rewarded for your efforts; awaiting you at the top is the highest waterfall in Acadia National Park and two of Rockerfeller’s loveliest bridges, Hemlock and Waterfall Bridges.
Hadlock Brook drops 40 feet and t hen cascades under Waterfall Bridge into a deep ravine before finally emptying into Upper Hadlock Pond.
The descent from the bridges to  is a gradual one, offering wonderful views of Hadlock Pond and the surrounding forests. Turn right at  and left at  to return to your car. If you prefer a gentle climb, reverse your direction for an easy ascent up and a fast trip down, finishing with the level path along Upper Hadlock Pond.
This loop can be reached from the Parkman Mountain parking lot one-half mile north of Upper Hadlock Pond on Rte. 198.”
The original map is the Acadia National Park map of carriage trails (pdf).