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Pierre Lucas
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Bow Doc... rest in peace my friend ! You will be sorely missed ...God bless,

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That might be Bowdoc shooting the only Carbon arrow he ever shot !!! He hated carbon arrows :-)

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I'm glad I was sitting down when I found this out .
Just met Bowdoc this last Bear Quest , what a character and you would never be bored around him .
I was hopping to get to see him again someday ...
He will be missed ..... [Frown]

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Fear ye not therefore, ye are of more value than many sparrows. Matthew 10:31

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RIP, doc!!!!!

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Washington State has lost another archery treasure ...

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quote:
Originally posted by Tom Phillips:
That might be Bowdoc shooting the only Carbon arrow he ever shot !!! He hated carbon arrows :-)

Ya. But note..... He shooting it into the resivoir!!
😆

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Rest In Peace Don

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A lot of knowledge to the service of the archery world.

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He'd be crying his eyes out reading all this!

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RIP Doc-a master at bringing the old bows back to their glory.

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quote:
Originally posted by Matty:
quote:
Originally posted by Tom Phillips:
That might be Bowdoc shooting the only Carbon arrow he ever shot !!! He hated carbon arrows :-)

Ya. But note..... He shooting it into the resivoir!!
😆

And a whole bunch of those carbons would sink.
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Sad news.

My thoughts and prayers to his family.

Although I never met him in person I will miss his presence on this site.

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May your next adventure lighten your heart, test your spirit, and nourish your soul.

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So sad to hear this....
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I never met him but was impressed by his knowledge and work.Condolences to his family.
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RIP BowDoc

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