Around those specific activities, the group will build discussions on preparing for the activities, making equipment, clothing, cooking the catch, and everything in between. If you needed it for an outdoor activity, it's open conversation.
As with any new list, it might take a week or two in order to get a core group of people to get the conversations going, since people don't necessarily start jumping right away.
The goal of the list is to assemble Medieval outdoorsman and outdoorswomen to share their learnings, accomplishments, and failures, not only amongst themselves but also to people who have some interest but don't know where to start or where others before them have gone.
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Lord Liam O'Shea
~~~the fish dude
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