Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Tarmon Mooolfra
Date: April 14 , 2006 until April, 16 2006
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on April 14th 2006
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on April 16th 2006
Boyer Park and Marina
1753 Granite Rd.
College of Lyonsmarche
April 14, 15, 16
Lewiston, Moscow ID.
Clarkston, Pullman WA.
Cries of rage and pain echo through the valley, Odin’s horn is sounded from the mountain top, mourners weep for the dead and the dying…WAR is upon us.
The College of Lyonsmarche invites all of our friends and neighbors to join us for Honor War! Come and enjoy the many different competitions we will be sponsoring this year, including archery, Arts and Sciences Championship, Lyonsmarche Champion and Defender Prize tournament, and many different classes taught by some of the best in the Kingdom.
Autocrat: Tarmon Mooolfra (mka. Matthew Morgan) 1701 17th Ave, Lewiston, Id. 83501, phone # (208)305-7512
Site Info: Boyer Park and Marina, no street address. Gate opens at noon, Friday the 14th, and the site closes at noon, Sunday the 16th. Site fees: 16 + up, $12/ $3 non-member surcharge will apply. Children 6-15, $6, 5 + under are free. Day Fee: $6, child’s day fee, $3. Make checks payable to COLLEGE OF LYONSMARCHE.
Directions: Make your best way to Pullman, WA. From the 195, take the turn at the yellow flashing light onto the 194/Wawawai-Pullamn Rd. Stay on the 194 (you will have to make a right hand turn about 2.5 miles later to stay on the 194, aka. Goose Creek Rd.). Stay on the 194, make a left onto Almota Rd. to stay on the 194 (you should be going south now). Once you are on Almota Rd. going south, it is just down the grade to the river, down the river to the camp site. The drive from the 194 turn off can take upwards of 45 minutes to an hour, so, when in doubt, no, you are not lost, just keep coming!
Directions for WA Highway 26: Between mileposts 128 & 129 on Hwy 26 (between Dusty and Colfax), take the Almota cutoff to the south (Sommers Road). Travel about 4 miles, taking a right at the yield onto Almota Road. Travel about 5 miles, following Almota road (marked for Almota and Boyer Park) as it takes a slight bend to the left. You’ll soon see the Onecho Bible Church on your right. Continue on the Almota Road down the steep and curvy road to the Snake River, turning left after you pass under the train trestle. The park will be about 2 miles further on your right. The gate will be set up at the entrance past the marina and campground.