On my way from Wisconsin, in Denver waiting for connecting flight. Looking for Mr. G. Wensel. Havnt talked since Kalamazoo,said not to email him anymore or I would be out of his will, cant have that. Ha! Looking forward to this trip very much.
Good day today. Met a bunch of good folks and scoped out all the vendors booths, raffle items, etc. A guy pulled up with a big load of highly colored, fiddlebacked, and tiger striped myrtlewood...had to jump on an unusually beautiful piece even before it made into the building! Right off the loading dock...haha
One bad thing that I noticed today...my vendor table is surrounded by great looking bows! Stalker is to right, Allen Boice's Liberty Bows is next to mine, Robertson's, Palmer's are to the left, and, of course, Blacktail Bows....I'm in big trouble!
Great visiting with you guys yesterday , looks like more today and Saturday and boy , the suns out here in Hood River for a change! You guys have fun and enjoy all the displays , check out Bob Burtons booth and all the Hill memorabilia that is his and Craig Eakins on display. Nice of Craig to let Bob show off some of the items in his collection.
For those wanting more pictures from the banquet... I suggest visiting probowsociety.net ( the PBS Web Site ) under the Post "E-banquet" in the current topics section or also in the "Cyber Campfire" section, you will find 2+ pages of pics I have taken since it started on Thursady..
I'll get up more after taking them tomorrow during the day and at the Banquet and Auction tomorrow evening [late].
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PBS Associate Member Traditional Bowhunters of WA. Posts: 2493 | From: La Center, Wash. | Registered: Feb 2007
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