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Chris Hall
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:30
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Is this still going ahead? Jul 30, 2013

The numbers are pretty thin on the ground at the moment.

 

Vanessa Round  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:30
Italian to English
Can't make it Jul 31, 2013

Camelia, thanks for organising again but I can't make this one. Too much going on in the summer I'm afraid.

 

Camelia Colnic  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:30
Romanian to English
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Weather issue Aug 1, 2013

According to the weather it will start raining from 1pm.
We are not a huge number of people and therefore I decided not to reserve a place to a restaurant. I am pretty sure we can find a place to chill, after the walk.

The huge question is, if you still wish to walk on this weather, in case it will rain, or we could just try another powwow another time.

It's your decision. I will do this walk even with one person, if necessary. We could also skip the walk and just go for a coffee somewhere in the city.

It's your call.
Please let me know what you wish to do.


 

Camelia Colnic  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:30
Romanian to English
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Vanessa Round Aug 1, 2013

It's fine, Don't worry. there will be other occasions for sure!icon_wink.gif
I hope you had a wonderful summer!icon_smile.gif


 

Camelia Colnic  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:30
Romanian to English
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Is this still going ahead? Aug 1, 2013

Chris Hall wrote:

The numbers are pretty thin on the ground at the moment.


Hi Chris,

The number of participants is not an issue.icon_wink.gif

I have a question though. I'm just wondering why do you keep organizing the powwows on the same day with mine? This is the second one and I'm inclined to believe that it's not a coincidence. I'm just trying to understand, because I tried to make sure that it's not in the same day with yours, but you moved it in the same day...


 

Chris Hall
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:30
Member (2008)
French to English
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No paranoia necessary... Aug 3, 2013

Hi Camelia,

I was, in fact, asked to change the date of the Leeds Powwow on this second occasion by several people. I would have preferred it to be another date. On the first occasion, I changed it again due to this very same reason. People change their minds and mess you around in life.

Anyway, regardless, Leeds and Sheffield are two different cities and entities, with the former being in West Yorkshire and the latter in South Yorkshire. It is ok to have two Powwows on the same day, provided that they are not in the very same city.

Thank you.


 

Camelia Colnic  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:30
Romanian to English
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Interesting answer Aug 3, 2013

Chris Hall wrote:

Hi Camelia,

I was, in fact, asked to change the date of the Leeds Powwow on this second occasion by several people. I would have preferred it to be another date. On the first occasion, I changed it again due to this very same reason. People change their minds and mess you around in life.

Anyway, regardless, Leeds and Sheffield are two different cities and entities, with the former being in West Yorkshire and the latter in South Yorkshire. It is ok to have two Powwows on the same day, provided that they are not in the very same city.

Thank you.


Well, I didn't expect the 'paranoia' comment.icon_smile.gif))
There is no paranoia, my friend. It was just a curiosity of mine. As both of the occasions ended in your powwow being cancelled, it is just hard for me to believe your explanation.
I never said it's not ok to have two powwows in the same day, they can also take place in the same city, as long as people can attend to both of them if they want to.
This was never an issue.

Too bad that you didn't attend today! It would have been a nice experience for you.

Enjoy the weekend!


 


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