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Good luck at Ripley, boys!

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I'm suprised nobody has posted on this yet....

I hope to see some results here! We were members of the woulda/coulda/shoulda club last year. Hope to see that change but I don't know about this weather!

In case you haven't seen the deer tick thread, I hear they're bad at Ripley this year. Wondering about recommendations for repellents. I'm sure there's more than a couple choices.

Thanks!

BTW, don't worry about my bow ethics. BOW = Heart/Lung. No exceptions. wink.gif

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There is a post going on in the archery forum. I will be there tomorrow around 3-4.

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Thanks! I should spend more time looking around this website! crazy.gif

Some good discussions there. cool.gif

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