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reddogge
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Terp arrows, I love it John. Go terps.

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PBS Reg member 1973
Maryland Bowhunters Society
Traditional Bowhunters of Maryland
Heart of Maryland Bowhunters
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Alvey
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Plan on being there Thursday night to Saturday night with big Brother Jim of Mahantango Bows.

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But now,O Lord,thou art our father;we are the clay,and thou our potter;and we all are the the work of thy hand. Isaiah 64:8

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Dan bree
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Hey guys . bringyour rain coats

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Dan Breen

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jackdaw
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Right now ot just can't make up its mind Dan..

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John Getz:........... Time flies like an arrow, Fruit flies like bananas.
Ed HOLCOMB 59' KODIAK 51#
Ed HOLCOMB 59' KODIAK 47#
67'1/2 BEAR SUPER K 44#
WILSON BROTHERS BLACK WIDOW 60" 45#
LONGRIVER ELK 62" LONGBOW 53#
1967 WING 62" SLIMLINE 43#

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SCS
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Chance of showers. No big deal.
Steve

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Killdeer
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Got my leave approved.
I have never been when it DIDN'T rain! Hearing it on the canvas makes me sleep better.

Killdeer [campfire]

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Long, long afterward, in an oak I found the arrow, still unbroke;
And the song, from beginning to end, I found again in the heart of a friend.

~Longfellow

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jcar315
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I thought you'd like those wraps Richard!

Alvey, Looking forward to catching up and I am anxious to chat about your hammock setup.

Love, love, love this shoot and the time with great friends.

[campfire]

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Proud Dad to two awesome Kids and a very passionate pig hunter.

Right handed but left eye dominant. Made the switch to LH shooting and it was THE best thing I ever did.....YMMV

Proud to be a Native TEXAN!!!!!

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Killdeer
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Where are all the reports?
Here I am, in Baltimore, wondering where WAYSIAH and Silver Fox are, and there are no threads about a TG shoot or anything! What is with everybody these days? I have run into a lot of TradGangers, but it is all happenstance.

Missing;
Doc Nock, Scott in PA, Peckerwood and others.

Sheesh. Are we getting old?
Killdeer

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Long, long afterward, in an oak I found the arrow, still unbroke;
And the song, from beginning to end, I found again in the heart of a friend.

~Longfellow

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jackdaw
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Well killdeer....at least I was there..:-D

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John Getz:........... Time flies like an arrow, Fruit flies like bananas.
Ed HOLCOMB 59' KODIAK 51#
Ed HOLCOMB 59' KODIAK 47#
67'1/2 BEAR SUPER K 44#
WILSON BROTHERS BLACK WIDOW 60" 45#
LONGRIVER ELK 62" LONGBOW 53#
1967 WING 62" SLIMLINE 43#

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Steve Crowl
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Just got back. Had a great time again. The weather was touch and go a few times, but did get to see Killdeer as well.

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Steve Crowl

"Proud Father of several Marines"

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David Mitchell
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My thanks to all the folks who made this event such a fine one in spite of the weather. They will have a mite of straightening up to do after all the campers leave the field. Lots of people put in a lot of effort so the rest of us could have a good time. Thanks to all. [thumbsup]
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Killdeer
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I had a ball, talked to old friends and made new ones.
Scored some arrows at the swap meet that were just my size, shot abysmally the first day (I don't practice enough!) but improved over the weekend. Listened to some terrific songbirds.

Left my campsite a little flattened, but clean!
Thank you, Baltimore Bowmen, for the merry respite from the routine of work. Your efforts are stellar, and much appreciated.

Killdeer [bigsmyl]

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Long, long afterward, in an oak I found the arrow, still unbroke;
And the song, from beginning to end, I found again in the heart of a friend.

~Longfellow

TGMM Family Of The Bow

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mcgroundstalker
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I have never been to this shoot before... Work always got in the way... Have not camped out in twenty years... That being said:

I had the time of my life! Even the Porta-Potties were top shelf... Baltimore Bowmen did a great job with everything! Thank You! I'll See You All Next Year!

Sorry I didn't run into you Killy... Maybe next time...

... mike ... [archer2] ...

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jackdaw
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Was there a Trad Gang get together anywhere? I was there from Thursday to Sunday....!! Grand fun for me for the 7th year in a row........Definitely one of the best shoosr in the country

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John Getz:........... Time flies like an arrow, Fruit flies like bananas.
Ed HOLCOMB 59' KODIAK 51#
Ed HOLCOMB 59' KODIAK 47#
67'1/2 BEAR SUPER K 44#
WILSON BROTHERS BLACK WIDOW 60" 45#
LONGRIVER ELK 62" LONGBOW 53#
1967 WING 62" SLIMLINE 43#

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Dan bree
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Had a great time ,and John please thank Tim for pulling me out of that sink hole I slid down into . Don't know about trad gang guys but but shot and talked to plenty of tas guys . Next year can't come soon enough

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