Michael Gaißmair winter training

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It all been said befor, but from myself that was one of the best weekends I have had in reenactment and big thanks to all involved in making it happen.

Cant wait to next year, and Albert hope your toes will be ok in the end.

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Excellent photos, excellent setting and excellent team as far as I know! I must talk with guys from Poland about theirs trip and plan something for 2012 8)

P.S. Albert I hope everything will be fine with Your foot till PE11 :roll:
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Thanks to all!
Yuri: I'll be in PE11! No dubt! :wink:
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gebirgsjaeger100 wrote:Friday, while we were bussy setting the tents and getting them worm, I got "some " snow in my boots. When we got to a moment of rest, I took the boots off and inside-sole, socks and toes were a block of ice. You can see the results for yourself:
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As Franz allways says, frostbite is not a joke or a fairy tail. I might even loose the front part of two toes.
As you might know, I'm an old mountaineer, with a few decades of winter excursions in my back, but even so. I think the photo is a good advice for everybody :wink:
Of course, I'll be there next year (if I can convince my wife to let me go :lol: ).
Again, the Wintertraining has been one of the highlights of my reenactor life.
Thanks to Michael Gaissmar!

Servus Albert,

Looks like you were trying to recreate frozen "Toni" from the film "NORDWAND!" Ouch! Hope your toes recover quickly.

Maybe we need to create an "Alte Muli Fuß Verein." (Old Mule Foot Club) :D

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"Papa", we are old and get injured, but we keep on and on :D
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Albert My Dear Friend keep me informed how things go , I would like to say a Very big thanks to all my Kameraden who came to this event . It was great to see you all working as teams and enjoying your selfs as well
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Bah Humbug!!bastards!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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dagda wrote:Bah Humbug!!bastards!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
The Gentleman`s Drying club was missed and we held a minutes silence in your Honour
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaSKBLYGJrc

Wochenschau by Dutch kameraden. Great work! :) :)
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Looks like a really good event, are there places available for the next one, I'd really like to go.
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We have to have a site meeting and go firm on the dates ,Looking at a Feb event again you have to be fast as there is a waiting list of those wishing to attend
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So there are no more places available?

Or do you still need to organise everything?

I remember that one of the guys from Der Windhund spoke to someone about this event for me at War and Peace, and the reply was that it was okay for me to go.
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1 There are some places left
2 We have to set the date at the moment its around Feb
3 Yes some one from Der Windhund has asked me and I said its OK there are only 30 people max on this event ,this is for safty .
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Ok thats good,

I'll sit tight until some more info is available.
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