New to Trad in NC

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Loggy Bayou
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New to Trad in NC

Post by Loggy Bayou » Wed Jan 07, 2009 8:14 am

Just thought I would stop and say hello. Before people start asking my opinion on stuff, I am new to archery as a whole. Not just new to Trad. I do not own a bow (other than a broke 25 year old Bear compound).

I am active duty military, stationed in North Carolina. Originally from Louisiana. I've hunted with a rifle and shotgun all my life.

Why am I here? Well I love working with wood. It is my favorite pass-time. I'm not much into the weekend football watching. I would rather be cutting on a piece of wood and spending time with my children, teaching them to appreciate the simple things in life. Right now my kids and I are finishing a strip built canoe so that we can do some fishing this spring. It has been my most enjoyed project in years. Once that is done, I will start working on building a bow. In the mean time I am just hear to listen to your stories and advice. I love hearing it all.

Jason Robinson
Stuck in North Carolina till Uncle Sam moves me.

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TradRag
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Re: New to Trad in NC

Post by TradRag » Wed Jan 07, 2009 10:06 am

Welcome and Glad to have you here. When you are ready to build a bow you will find a lot of help here from fellow members. A great group of people that both teach and learn.
"Ne Desit Virtus" ("Let Valor Not Fail")
Oklahoma Selfbow Society Charter Member
Bowhunting Council of Oklahoma Member
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Founder of TradRag.com

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JuanR
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Location: Cleburne, Texas

Re: New to Trad in NC

Post by JuanR » Wed Jan 07, 2009 2:19 pm

Howdy, good to have you, lots of good peoples here.

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allanburden
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Re: New to Trad in NC

Post by allanburden » Thu Jan 08, 2009 7:59 am

Hey good to have you here and thanks for your service. Nobody is "stuck" in the Carolina's brother, welcome to God's country!
Allan Burden

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