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Easter Therians' Meet 2001, 6-13 April 2001

The Easter Meet of 2001 was intended to be a similar follow-on to the meet of the previous year- the largest, if not certainly one of the largest, gatherings of Weres and Furs organised here in the UK - but in fact, numbers were significantly down this time around.  Around 25 to 27 people made it along to the meet at some point during its week-long duration, staying at the Chalet and Touring Park in Wokingham (near Reading, half an hour west of London).  Aain, the meet was organised for the most part by Stormrider, responsible for the Reading Meet of 1999 and the Easter Y2k Therians' Meet.  Despite the reduced attendance this year, it seemed everyone still managed to enjoy themselves and have a good time.

  • The EuroHowl Pages - For anyone interested in organising a large-scale convention or meet similar to this one in the future!

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Furs go bowling.  Not quite all fursuited-up and invading a huge bowling alley, but this has its own quaint reserved English appeal.

Meanwhile, FangKit and Sfox put their combined vulpine hunting skills to the test with the video arcade machines.

You've heard of pillow fights, so welcome to Spatula Wars.  Kalipha, Star and Stormrider each battle it out with their own bent pieces of metal for that coveted prize - the Golden Spatula, and certain worldwide fame...
Despite the lack of any suitably accompanying weather outside,  Glis-turned-latin-American shakes all he can in the name of a computer game.
Stormrider gathers up Furs for one of his little 'expeditions'...

From left to right:
Glis - Acefox - Kalipha - Ruin (in front) - miles - Sfox - FangKit - Stormrider - Bhavfox - Slycat


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