Hope is Right Handed.....Faith is Left Handed.
Those that agree to hunt with the bow during a given month must realize they are responsible for getting the bow to the next hunter ON TIME. That means via Next Day Air if need be.
Please do NOT sign, mark, or draw on the bow anywhere or anyway. If you receive the bow with any sort of added marking other than from the bowyer please email me and also make a PUBLIC post in case I am away from my emails so other admins can deal wit it.
You are responsible for packing the bow as you received it or better than you received it.
Remember, this is all about the Kids at St Judes, we want to take care of these bows the best we can so they will bring the most dollars for the kids.
Fill ins to come...and remember...please see the other thread and make sure you provide ALL of the info, if not, your request will be tossed...also, do NOT put Both Hope and Faith in the title, this is very confusing. If you are ambidextrous, you may put Hope OR Faith...that will get you considered for either.
Must Refer to this thread for email info I will need.
I am going to put something out there for consideration and discussion. I agree 100% that folks who hunt these bows don't need to be signing them..that doesn't add anything and certainly has the potential to depress bidding at the auction for the kids. But maybe there's something we can do to enhance the fellowship and the auction.
There's a new phenomenon called "bullet journaling", sort of a cross between scrap booking, journaling and doodling. All it requires is a bound notebook and creativity. we can include such a bound notebook with both Hope and Faith. Each Rover Gal hunter can add as many entries to the journal as they are inspired to add.
There are no rules to what you add: Stories, poems composed while on a hunt, a turkey feather, a maple helicopter, a bundle of hair freed from a barbed wire fence, a streak of blood from one of God's amazing creatures, scales of a fish, a recipe, a drawing or a photo, a hand-drawn map , lichen from an alpine outcropping, a print made from a plaster cast of a bear or elk print, etc. In other words, things that cant be reproduced in the posts here describing the travels of the girls and the travails of those who hunt with them.
If we did this, my guess is that the first notebook will fill up quickly and somebody would start the second volume and so on. At the end of the 16 month journeys of Hope and Faith, somebody could make a page by page photo record of the journals, copy it to a CD and those could be included with the bows at auction and maybe posted to Youtube, and then the original journals could be delivered to St. Jude's Childrens Research Hospital for their kids library, so those amazing kids can see what Hope and Faith looks like the world that awaits them.
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Terry I messed up! I apparently can't read! I am real sorry but I thought that faith was right handed I don't think it would be fair to the animals if I shot left handed. I sent you a email and maybe we can fix this
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