Kumbahyah 2020

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Kumbahyah 2020

Post by tim.w » Tue Jun 11, 2019 8:56 am

I've been tryng to work out how to get a Kumbahyah squeezed into 2020 and it would seem to fit well in June at next year's Driffield show. A full weekend, late June, camping options available, beer abd music in the evening at the show for anyone staying in the area?

It gives anyone not yet 'de-colonialised' the chance to put a force together, or arrange to borrow some stuff. It's also fairly central so not a million miles for Paul.

The show hasn't been confirmed yet, I think this year's Ambush will be smaller than last year in terms of traders, shame as it was great. It clashed with the world cup and an England game last year so lost a lot of potential attendees, being a full weekend spreads it a bit thin too, but otherwise it's a good one for putting a game on re: free tables and facilities etc. They might drop it to a one day event next year but hopefully not, either way I'd be up for it.

Regarding the state of the region, the death of the President N'dahwehlahweh has left an uncomfortable power vacuum (pun intended) in the area and accross South West Easern Africa in general. Nations are aquiring more heavy equipment, aircraft and making new alliences with 1st and 2nd world nations. Instability is rife and Kumbahyahs neighbours are circling like vultures...

Let me know what you all think?

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Re: Kumbahyah 2020

Post by grizzlymc » Tue Jun 11, 2019 9:14 am

I think that the UN should call for a period of peace and Free and Fair elections.

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Re: Kumbahyah 2020

Post by tim.w » Tue Jun 11, 2019 9:30 am

Yes, that'll do it. With plenty of Nations observing the process.

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Re: Kumbahyah 2020

Post by Buff Orpington » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:53 pm

Tim, do you have any info on the camping facilities? I'm not sure how much "roughing it" I can tolerate.

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