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tradlongbow
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I know that several guys pm'd me offerin to cook and bring stuff, however, what do you think about having a meal truck come up or a local restaurant that can make some box meals and bring them up.

Darren

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quote:
Originally posted by looper:
I can't commit at the moment. I'll have to see how this next week goes. I'm taking off tomorrow and Saturday to go hog hunting in lower SC. If I can make it, would it be alright if I was only able to give a day's notice? I usually just sleep in my vehicle and fend for myself food-wise.

Cheney-

your added to the list, make it happen.

Darren

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Howard Hill

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I'd be up for a combo of camp food and delivered stuff if the price/quality was right Darren.

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tradlongbow
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That's what I was thinking, on Saturday have lunch and dinner delivered.

Darren

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Howard Hill

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Darren, it's early yet and things can change, but I would like to be in on the hunt. Please count me in as of now.
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This is takin' hold! Gonna be my first travelling trad bowhunt - looks like I picked a good one.

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GRS
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I know that several guys pm'd me offerin to cook and bring stuff, however, what do you think about having a meal truck come up or a local restaurant that can make some box meals and bring them up.

Darren

Either that or as stated a combination of cook and delivery should work very well.

Gerald

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You can count me in anyone else from Alabama going if so we might share a ride. Which WMA will it be at?.....stabow

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I would`nt bank on having lunch delivered. I can tell you fellers live in town.20 miles from town to most wma`s and then 10 miles of dirt road to camp. This aint Atlanta..lol.RC
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Half the fun is sitting around the campfire eating what you can scavenge up...lol

And swapping yarns!

God bless,Mudd

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quote:
Originally posted by RC:
I would`nt bank on having lunch delivered. I can tell you fellers live in town.20 miles from town to most wma`s and then 10 miles of dirt road to camp. This aint Atlanta..lol.RC

That's funny RC. Don't have a Hill type (although I do have a longbow), but I can cook up some pretty good cajun meals and may show up just to chat and see new country.

2013 A LONG WAY OFF THOUGH

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RC, I was going to post the same thing.
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quote:
Originally posted by gringol:
Actually, my bow may not be a Hill style, strictly speaking. It looks just like a Hill bow strung, but has some mild R/D when unstrung. If that is good enough, I may have to start parcticing, if not I wish you all good luck.

Darren, will you be at the state shoot in March?

in the spirit of this hunt/rendezvous, darren has specified "hill style", which means a longbow of any bowyer parentage who's unbraced limbs are either dead straight, or have a bit of tip reflex, or string follow.

it appears the shaft material and quiver type are of yer optional choice. [Wink]

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Mmmmmmm

... its a long long ways for an Aussie to come just to hunt hogs ... Coz , we have a couple of our own ... [saywhat]

But I dunno guys ... travelling thousands of miles just share a camp with you bums ... just to fling arrows from Hill style bows and talk all things Hill style and chase hogs just because we all shoot the same style bow ???

... whadddya ya expect me to say ????

Of course Im gonna do my best to get there !!!!!

Sounds awesome [clapper] [clapper] [clapper]

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What were we thinking? With RC there hunting, all we need to do is bring bread to make pork sandwiches with!! [thumbsup] [thumbsup] I can't wait for this. Had to go out for some Hill style practice earlier. I had been trying to decide what kind of target to buy next. Now I know.
[goldtooth]
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