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It's good to see other languages on here. I now know what the Dutch word is for "reenactment"!
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Woo Hoo HoO!

It's Me Panz - I can't believe NO ONE has looked at the title of this thread...!!!!!!!! I was expecting loads of 8 x 10s of Cloggy Cocks, Rotterdam Rods, Nimegen Nicker Nudgers, Langenoord Love Poles etc

But no - Not a male genital in sight......

Dutch Member Pics indeed! Wim you lickle tease!!!!!!

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@braveanimal, I've heard of dunmoni, through the omnia forum.
I might have seen you somewhere.
We don't have a John in our group... so i guess you got a wrong person in mind.

Panz.... not everything I put on the net involves nakedness... hahahah

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Brave animal

Friesland Bopa!

forgive spelling.
middle english dictionary

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Hi Wim Jaap,who's the group with the American indian tipi's? i know Holland as some good re-enactors who do French and Indian wars portraying woodland indians iroquoi etc who paint their faces,good stuff :)
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What picture are you referring to Johnny Crow?

I dunno know the contents of all my pictures from memory.

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think it was at the Aarchen? maybe, camps with American indian tipi's and there was a guy with a red and black painted face and dressed like a Iroquoi.you had some different links on your profile earlier i think.
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Probably these chaps;
http://www.difriends.nl/

Members of; www.lplg.nl
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thanks Marloes,had a look at the site :D

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Thanx Marloes!

It probably is the Dutch Indian Friends indeed... With Aarchen you mean the Archeon I think.

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Archeon is a VERY nice archeological themepark, nice to play around with.
www.archeon.nl
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we'll be playing there again around april-ish with the Scots Only Weekend.

Lotsa fun... all kinds of scottish re-enactment... napoleonistic, jacobite, 1st and 2nd WW, stuff like that.

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i never got to go there and i spent a fair bit of time working in the Netherlands,the group that i am in was on about maybe mailing the Dutch-indian group in the future to see if it was possible to pay a visit to them.
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Wim-Jaap wrote:we'll be playing there again around april-ish with the Scots Only Weekend.

Lotsa fun... all kinds of scottish re-enactment... napoleonistic, jacobite, 1st and 2nd WW, stuff like that.

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Sounds like fun - has it got a website?
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well they have some problems with the date... other big events etc.

Normally there will be some info on the website of the archeon (www.archeon.nl) but that is from start of the season of the archeon theme park end of februari begin march.

I'll post something on the forum when I know the date.

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gregory23b wrote:Brave animal

Friesland Bopa!

forgive spelling.
:D

a bit late But I like the native tongie you speak my friend.
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craig1459 wrote:Holland's a great place :)

I find that if you at least try a little of the lingo abroad - and laugh it off when you ask hoe zullen ve gaan, met de fiets of met de tandpasta? - then you will get a lot further. It's all about respect. I've lost count of the people I hav seen who treat others abroad as stupid because they can't always understand what they're on about.

I've lived in a variety of places around this fair isle and like the fact that even here I've picked up a little bit of the local dialects as I've gone.
But Craig, I've known you well over a decade and I still can't understand you speaking English!
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Maybe you'll find it easier to understand him if he speaks really loudly!!?
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Hallo Wim ! Do you know any "Boogschutters" ?

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Hallo Wim !

Goeden dag Holländer ! Ik stel me voor : Ik leef in Belgïe. Dus niet heel ver van de Nederlanden....Ik ben een lid van de gezelschap "Malemort"...en groep uit Namen in Belgïe. Ik ben op zoek naar boogschutters om raadgevingen te krijgen wat het kopen van mijn eerste langboog betreft...Hoe om goed te kiezen ? . Bij toeval, zou U langboogmakers kennen ? Ik zou een "longbow" willen kopen. Als beginner heb ik raadgevingen nodig....Zou U iemand kennen die mij zou kunnen helpen ? In Belgïe ken ik niemand die middeleeuws langbogen kan vervaardigen. En in de Nederlanden ? Ik heb al op duitse en engelse websites gezocht...maar ik heb vastgesteld dat de prijzen vlug kunnen stijgen...Wat moet ik als goedkoop beschouwen ? Wat moet ik als veel te duur beschouwen ? Ik zou een boog met een goed evenwicht kwaliteit-prijs willen kopen...Maar waar ? Ik stel U de vraag...

Vergeef het mij als ik talenfouten doe...Ik ben duitstalig, werd in't Frans opgevoed en heb Nederlands op school moeten leren...Mijn vader was vlaams maar uit Hasselt (Limburg)..Daarom ken ik beter het limburgsche dialekt dan de echte Nederlandse taal...Ik kan mijn plan trekken maar het is ver om perfekt te zijn...Bitte, entschuldigen Sie mir!

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Consider yourself entschuldigt! :wink:
Ik ben ook meertalig opgevoed, maar zoalng jejezelf begrijpbaar kunt maken is het doel bereikt, nicht?

I will translate your question so our english readers kan help answer teh question. I do not know diddlysquat about longbows so here goes:

Ysengrijn asks:

Where to buy a longwbow, what is cheap and what is expensive. Any advise is welcome as he is a beginner. What to look out for in buying a bow. He lives in Belgium and asks if anyone knows any longbowmakers in belgium or the Netherlands. And if not maybe in England?
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Hallo Ysengrijn,

Ik ben zelf geen Boogschutter, maar mijn vriendin heeft vroeger recurve geschoten.
Ik weet dat Forgotten archery (http://www.forgottenarchery.com/ ) uit Nederland longbows verkoopt.

Verder ben ik er niet in thuis.

Wel ben ikzelf komende zomer aanwezig op Historia Mundi in Zonhoven (http://www.historiamundi.be ).

Aangezien het een engels forum is, zal ik het ook even in het engels zetten.

Hello Ysengrijn,

I'm not an archer myself, but my girlfriend used to shoot with recurve bows, som time ago.
I know Forgotten archery (http://www.forgottenarchery.com/ ) from the netherlands sells longbows.

Other than that I don't know.

I will be attending Historia Mundi in Zonhoven (Belgium) this summer (http://www.historiamundi.be ).

Because it's an English forum, I typed it bilangual.

Hier nog info van de forgotten archery site over longbows/ Here's some info on longbows from the forgotten archery site:

LONGBOWS

All longbows (including Elven longbow) are handcrafted using the finest materials.
They are made from Ash wood in our standard collection but are available from yew wood (price on request).
The designs and form from the bows are based upon historical findings, drawings and paintings from different regions and periods.
Bows can be made to order (i.e. draw weight, draw length and horn limb ends(at an extra cost)). Delivery time is 6 – 10 weeks depending on the type of bow ordered.
These bows must be treated with bow wax to prolong their lifetime.

English longbow € 120 LBEN-11
French longbow € 130 LBFR-12
Germanic longbow € 140 LBGE-13
Tungus longbow € 140 LBTU-14

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We had a bloody brilliant weekend, so I put my own and other pictures to my photobucket:

http://s7.photobucket.com/albums/y295/d ... on%202007/

some setting up pictures and some of the actual LH weekend, some of the whisky tasting, some of breakfast.

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