Tried twice to get to Liberty Fencing Club, LLC. Once I was completly lost and wound up at Haverford School, not the College. They're across the street from each other which didn't help. The address they give is off Lancaster Ave (Rt 30).
The second time, I found the gym but got there about 30-minutes late; traffic and light timing were bad. Called the # on their site and left a message. Later I talked with Helen who apologied.
I'm going to try a third time and see
It's an amazing little device. The one thing that I don't like is the difficulty in putting it on and off with one hand. The clip is rather tight. I'm going to see about adding a camber-clip that can be more easily attached to the D-ring.
Otherwise, nifty little tool!
EVERYONE IS SO STUPID IN FENCING CAPS LOCK TO UNLEASH THE FURY
THE TYPE OF POSTS THAT ARE HAPPENING ON CHEST PROTECTORS AND LOSING IS NOT OKAY ARE DRIVING ME BANANAS. IF YOU HAVEN'T WORKED HARD, TRIED TO IMPROVE, AND ACTUALLY IMPROVE, THEN YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT TRAINING. IF YOU HAVEN'T FENCED GOOD PEOPLE, THEN YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT GOOD PEOPLE WEARING CHEST PROTECTORS CAN DO. YOUR OPINION IS NOT VALID. IT
Today was the third and final day of the Regional Roller Derby in Indianapolis and the last game was a perfect example of Clutch.
Detroit took off like a bat out of hell, completely dominating and not letting the other team score a single point until after they were ahead 40-0. They blocked in the jammer. They got their jammer out first consistently. They shut own the team so thoroughly that fans were beginning to wonder just how badly they were going to be defeated.
The Sabre Rattlers are the fencing club of UW Rock County extension in Janesville, WI. Saturday they held a fall open, and I had a great time!
Not having been on the strip for a long time I was a bit anxious, but I felt at ease immediately. It was good to see familiar faces.
Everything seemed to go my way, but no, that does not mean I won. The uniform still fit, the foils still worked, the body cords behaved, and I did not embarrass myself on or off the strip. At one point,