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Post by Greywolf » Fri Feb 19, 2016 2:01 am

Just getting back into being more active in here.
So ya all do me a favor, look in the classifieds before I start to update them and make the old ones disappear.

Also call a couple of members ya know and tell them to get back and sign in say aloha, and make a visit and posting a regular thing again please.
I sure did miss you guys, so it's time to get back to setting and catchin up on what's happenin.

We have a couple guys building bows so I'm hoping they will post the process and their progress.

I have a friend that has all the material bought, but right now he has too many irons in the fire!!
Been there !!!

So Aloha Nui Loa

Be seein ya real soon !!!


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Post by Aeronut » Fri Feb 19, 2016 6:56 am

Mornin' Mark,

Was wondering where you had been. Tomorrow we gather together for a work day preparing for OJAM. I've been busy as ever at work so about all I do is check threads in the morning before I leave. Not much else for me to report on.

There is an OJAM page on facebook now, too.

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Post by Eddie » Fri Feb 19, 2016 4:26 pm

Aloha.
I havent had much time lately myself. It should get better in a few days.

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Post by hawkthrower » Sat Feb 20, 2016 9:53 pm

Cheers!! :campfire:
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Post by FullDraw » Mon Feb 22, 2016 7:49 pm

Howdy, Mark! I haven't been to good about getting on here lately, either. I'll try to do a better job at that. We had a great turnout for our OJAM Workday and got rid of all the widow maker's, or dead fall, we could find and prepped about 140 rattan bows do give to the kids. Sure wish you'd hurry up and win the lottery so you could start coming to OJAM!!

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Post by Poggins » Wed Feb 24, 2016 1:55 pm

Hello Mark , I've not been on here much lately ether , well not logged in but have visited a few times .
Took 20 minutes of trying my password ( typed it in right the first time but didn't work so I tried it a different way then some others and tried it the same as the first time and it worked ) but I'm logged in now .
Been busy lately and have OJAM coming up soon so I need to get ready for it, I plan on cutting some yellow wood this weekend to replenish my stockpile , I sent Mark Baker most of what I cut last year and have enough seasoned left for a few bows if I can find the time to work on them , I need to fire the forge I built back up and make a few more draw knives for a few folks before OJAM also , gave one to one of the guys to try out and he likes it , Tommy wants one with a curve to the blade to work around knots .

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