Archery

17 Jun 19
It's an Exciting World

We celebrated our one year as a company. I took Caltrain to Bart then a Lyft. I got there just after time, which turned out pretty well. Steph was at a dive training that morning, so she didn’t join. All the members were there and three SO’s joined. We set up in a small field […]

17 Jun 19
NYSF

Langley WilliamsKentucky City:  ElizabethtownSchool:  Central Hardin High SchoolCollege Plans:  Honors College at Western Kentucky UniversityMajor:  BiochemistryProfessional Plans: Biomedical Engineer Honors:  Valedictorian, Graduating with honors, Beta Club, AP Scholar Kentucky Governor’s Scholar, Graduating HS with Associate’s Science Degree Activities:  Church activities, Student Government, Archery, Teenage Republicans, Pep Club, ballet In addition, Langley enjoys crocheting, gardening, knitting, traveling, reading, music, photography, ballet […]

17 Jun 19
Travis In Texas

It’s hot, sunny, and the summertime vacation (school is out) for my son Houston. Which means, of course, that I get to spend even more time with him during the day. Activities include swimming a few times per week; Tae Kwon Do classes three times per week; drums and guitar lessons two times per week; […]

17 Jun 19
Greenways Year 4 Blog

We all arrived bright and early this morning to begin our Danbury adventure.   The weather was glorious as we unpacked and enjoyed the beautiful surroundings of the Essex countryside. We enjoyed challenging ourselves with caving, obstacle courses and archery. In the evening we had a lovely roast dinner followed by free time in the […]

17 Jun 19
Yeshiva World News

What happens if President Donald Trump carries out his threat to impose tariffs on the remaining $300 billion in Chinese goods that he hasn’t already hit with 25% import taxes? A New Hampshire fireworks company says it would have to raise prices, likely lose business and force some small towns to cancel their Fourth of […]

17 Jun 19
lwoodrowross

Want to learn how to start a fire with a bow drill? How about purifying water? Need to learn the attributes of what makes a superior campsite? What about primitive archery tips or how to make an atlatl? All of these skills may be learned from books that Ross has posted on Amazon Kindle. There […]

17 Jun 19
The Heavy Press

Words by: Jeanette Cruickshank Photography by: Jerome Joyce On Saturday, June 15th and Sunday, June 16th Alexisonfire took over Budweiser Stage for two nights of pure insanity, the first one of that being a completely sold out show! And holy shit, was Toronto ever pumped! These shows came immediately after our very own Toronto Raptors […]

17 Jun 19
OlympicTalk

Brady Ellison shares the U.S. record for Olympic archery medals.

17 Jun 19
NC Turkeys

As the snow melts away, my mind starts to turn towards turkey hunting with traditional archery equipment. Now is the best time to make sure you have all your gear ready for hunting turkeys. When the first day of turkey hunting arrives you need to have confidence that your gear performs when you get within […]

17 Jun 19
WhipperWill Outdoors

        Hung high above the reddish carpet of fallen pine needles, suspended by two rusty chains and attached to two pines trees which have shaded the camp for 50 years or more, hangs a cedar log.  This log has determined the success of the hunt for years.  Its held the memories of […]