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    Quote Originally Posted by miheadhunter View Post
    and the shirts you need to talk to slice the shirts he made up are sweet
    i would order mine but i would like it as soon as possible
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronhop View Post
    It will be fun. As long as the weather don't go crazy you will not be dissapointed.

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    What would be nice is if someone had a large canopy or awning of some sorts. Last year we all huddled in my camper and under the awning during the thunderstorms . Everything got soaked except Slice who disaperd to a beach vollyball game???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathews Man View Post
    weather! its Indiana Man if you dont like it wait a hour it Will change

    Are they doing shirts again?
    Shirts can be ordered at anytime fellas here is the link to Slices FBSA apparel website... http://www.purrfectstitch.com/fbsa/index.html
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    might be able to come up with a canopy. not sure though. have to check
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdawg240 View Post
    What would be nice is if someone had a large canopy or awning of some sorts. Last year we all huddled in my camper and under the awning during the thunderstorms . Everything got soaked except Slice who disaperd to a beach vollyball game???
    I had my 'gazebo' but nobody tested it out (including me) since the rain was going horizontal. Heck I huddled in in your camper with you crazies.... And the dead ants.... Oh, mostly dead ants...

    I do need to get a new tent though. It ripped through when I was packing it up on Monday morning. I chucked it in the B&B dumpster and didn't bother bringing it back. I have some time to work on that one though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamoboy View Post
    might be able to come up with a canopy. not sure though. have to check
    There are not a ton of trees so we just cannot string up tarps like I used to when in older camping days.

    We'll need free standing things. I'll have one again with me but if we had a few of them it would probably help us out a lot.

    Another thing is that we will need tables and chairs since B&B does not have picnic tables or anything like that. They do have free firewood though, assuming that does not change this next shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronhop View Post
    I had my 'gazebo' but nobody tested it out (including me) since the rain was going horizontal. Heck I huddled in in your camper with you crazies.... And the dead ants.... Oh, mostly dead ants...

    I do need to get a new tent though. It ripped through when I was packing it up on Monday morning. I chucked it in the B&B dumpster and didn't bother bringing it back. I have some time to work on that one though....

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    Wow

    What an awesome opportunity 100 arrows plus a few !!!!!

    With a 3D Shoots. Com / FBSA National Get together --- FBSA Camp – deep fried turkeys / cheese curds / sweet corn / burgers and all the good fix’ins

    This will be the hottest spot in Wabash IN

    Man I can’t wait!!! All the camaraderie – flinging arrows - hang’in out at camp filling my face and meeting many great friends!!!!!!
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    I'll be in Washington state that weekend visiting inlaws. But you never know if plans change i'd like to be there again...
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldflinger View Post
    I'll be in Washington state that weekend visiting inlaws. But you never know if plans change i'd like to be there again...
    Mr Goldflinger..... You need to change your plans.....

    We would miss you if you were not there.

    Heck, I might have to shoot with Fiddle....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDX-- View Post
    Wow

    What an awesome opportunity 100 arrows plus a few !!!!!

    With a 3D Shoots. Com / FBSA National Get together --- FBSA Camp – deep fried turkeys / cheese curds / sweet corn / burgers and all the good fix’ins

    This will be the hottest spot in Wabash IN

    Man I can’t wait!!! All the camaraderie – flinging arrows - hang’in out at camp filling my face and meeting many great friends!!!!!!
    JDX, it was great all around.

    Great people great food fun shooting (stunk on my scores though) and just a great time. The venue at B&B was great. The folks that own and ran it were great, including the Rinehart rep that drove the big truck. I got there a day early and we chatted for a while and he was a great guy and a nice host. I don't have a single negative thing to say, and I told Rinehart that. I hope the early information is true that B&B will host the R-100 again this Summer. If they did not have a shoot there again it would be a shame.

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    I would if I could Ron. Not up to me. Something about a family reunion. Wife doesn't get to see her cousin's very often. Looken forward to see all the pics after.
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    Ttt.............


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    I am looking forward to being there this year.

    Cant wait to meet all you guys.
    That course was so easy I even missed a target !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by poorman View Post
    I am looking forward to being there this year.

    Cant wait to meet all you guys.
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    the Hummel family will be there. You all might be a little too rowdy for my family to camp in the reserved area

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hummel View Post
    the Hummel family will be there. You all might be a little too rowdy for my family to camp in the reserved area
    Nah we just like to have fun...
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    most here know exactly what to expect,,,,a super fabulous good time.

    Bass and Bucks still has a few surprises as well to make this the best R-100 in the country.

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