Information on working terriers, dogs, natural history, hunting, and the environment, with occasional political commentary as I see fit. This web log is associated with the Terrierman.com web site.
That's not a bow I recognize. I prefer bows when they are on gifts for me...You always make me laugh!I am sending an award your way since I love this site so much!Stop by www.cupofdog.com to pick it up.Kisses,Ella Bean
I sure wish it were a Bare. nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say no more....
There's a bow in those pictures???
i love this blog but i never bother to write and say so. i feel a little guilty writing now on the one time i have a negative comment but here goes. i didn't like this post. i don't think it is up to your usual standards. i think you are better than this
You feel guilty? Repressed too. And timid my anonymous friend. My advice: Live larger, laugh harder, don't be afraid to get naked in the locker room, tell an off-colored joke, talk loudly once in a while, take risks, and drive over the speed limit. Wear clothes that clash once in a while. Order something different off the menu. Don't drink, don't cheat on your spouse, and don't hit a cop. But shit, have some FUN, eh? This life is not a practice run; this is it. Laugh more, ogle more, hunt harder, and make no apologies to anyone about any of it. And for christ sake (or Buddha's, Moses, Mohammed's or Krishna's) take offense a little less often. I'm working on that one myself :)P.
still looking, still can't figure out the brand. I'll keep looking for a while, so others don't have to look and feel offended.
Archery is all about form. This woman has excellent form. In fact it is probably great in other shooting sports as well. I'd like to see her shooting a rifle. Also a pistel for that matter. Also a shotgun, a bazooka, a squirt gun or anything!!!
The bow is definently a Martin. I think the model is a monster buck..
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