A bowhunter was returning home from deer hunting about 8 months ago and saw cars avoiding an object on the Ernston, Road Old Bridge Sayreville boarder. He pulled over and very gingerly picked up the object and it turned out to be a stickbow that someone must have either left on top of their car or back of their pickup and drove off into the sunset after hunting.
If anyone of my fellow tradgang members lost or knows the person he would like to return back to its rightful owner. All they have to do is email me the bowyers name on the bow and the any information that is written on bow.
I called Doc and it appears to me mine. She fell off my motorcycle, dumbest thing I've done in a long time! Thought I'd never see her again. I just sent Doc some pics to confirm.
You know the bowyer and how much I value his bows. This is a very happy day! I'm looking forward to meeting the good, honest man that held that bow and persisted in finding the owner.
Thank you very much for your help!
-------------------- "Always feel the wind, and walk just like the leaves". ("LongBow Country"--Chad Slagle, "High, Wild, and Free"). Posts: 4164 | From: Northeast Ohio | Registered: Feb 2007
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