23 August 2006

Wow, It has been a long time since I posted.

It has been a long time since I posted.
Much has happenend. We sold our house, we moved to St. Louis, and... Well, that's a lot!

The business is located in a garage in Maplewood, MO thanks entirely to Laminator X, and Now I have all my tools there, all it needs is more electricity, and I should be set up and ready to make some armour! I can hardly imagine how cool that will be.

Due to my change in ISPs St. Eligius Armoury will have a new website.
http://brirom.freehostia.com/
Hopefully this will be good. I've been working on re-vamping the whole site, and updating some picures.

I have found a really good website of pictures somebody took at a museum.
http://public.fotki.com/chance1234/5ylac_general/5ylac_armoury-1/5ylac_armoury_--2/
I wish that I knew what museum this was, but I have not as yet seen anything about it.

In other news, I like our apartment in St. Louis, and I like the plethora of markets around here. There seems to be fruit and vegatables for really good prices all around here.

I guess that's all for now. Hopefully I will manage to update this thing sooner than I did last time.
Brian

3 comments:

Miranda Hvinden said...
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Miranda Hvinden said...

Hey!

I'll totally check in from time to time on your blog! :) Thanks for sending me the link!!! :)

I am so jealous (in a good way!) about the markets in St. Louis.... though I must say that I am very excited about the tomatoes I purchased from the farmers market in Columbia.......these were actually better than the ones I grew in my garden, but probably only because I can't water my garden. They weren't as cheap as the tomatoes you purchased a few weeks ago!

Glad to hear that you have set up your armory in a new place. It's so important for people to persue their dreams and their passions, and armor is definitly one of yours.....

Anonymous said...

The museum is the Royal Armouries, in Leeds, UK:
http://www.royalarmouries.org/