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Offline Dale Sharp

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« on: May 08, 2009, 08:15:00 PM »
Announcing: WAJAM ‘09

Traditional Bowhunters of Washington’s 9th annual Washington Selfbow Jamboree

July 10 - July 12, 2009

At the Little Cayuse Ranch near Packwood, Washington, on State Route 12.

Learn, teach, practice or observe. All ages welcome. Selfbow making, arrow making, flintknapping, string-making, etc. Saturday night potluck, bring a dish and join in all the fun.  Afterwards we’ll hold the raffle and quality donations are appreciated.

Primitive/traditional archery vendors welcome.

Bring your supplies & tools (stave, draw knife, pocket knife, spokeshave, rasp, file, cabinet scraper, sandpaper, portable workbench, bow horse, fletching jig, glue, etc.). Mark your tools. There is electricity on the site for band saws, etc. Children/youths must be accompanied by an adult mentor.  There will be a limited supply of bow staves for sale to adults on a first come first serve basis.

One free vine maple stave for kids age 12 and under while supplies last.

No admission fee. Primitive camping is free.

Contact Steve Meyer, 425-478-5917

Directions to 171 Baker Rd. Randle, WA. 98377:

 From Yakima and the I-82 / US-12 Interchange:
 From I-82 take exit 31 and merge onto US-12 W toward Naches/White Pass. Go 17.6 miles and then stay on US-12 W as it turns to the left. Travel 57.7 miles on US-12 W and turn right onto Smith Creek Rd. & follow the signs.

 From I-5 / US-12 Interchange:
 From I-5 take exit 68 (US-12 East) toward Morton/Yakima.  Travel East on US-12 for 60.5 miles. Turn left on Smith Creek Rd. & follow the signs.
"To me, how you take an animal and how you conduct the hunt, and what you gain from the experience is what bowhunting is all about."
-Jay Massey


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« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2009, 05:43:00 PM »
I am going to try and make it there this year I have a piece of osage I want to do something with. I made my on laminated long bow now I want to try a self bow.  :campfire:    :archer:

Offline Andrew Wesley

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« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2009, 10:31:00 PM »
see y'all there!
~Andrew Wesley

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