Monday, 19 January 2009

Rangetastic!!

Ian 'rifle yoda' Spicer points to our handy work at Rangetastic.
I don't know what everybody else heard, but I distinctly heard him say
'Text book shooting here, by the bushwacker of course"
Modesty forbids me from saying more.

Sorry, I really will stop gloating/bringing conversations that readers aren't party to into the blog very soon. 

I've got a few Leeds based posts on the way but camera problems mean they're not ready yet.

For those of you who are interested; plumbing school is going well, I've remembered just how much I love going to see punk bands, it's so cold that I must have shivered off a few more pounds, TNM is in fine fettle and we're hatching plans for another road trip this coming summer.
Thanks for sticking with the blog despite my tardiness.
Your pal
The bushwacker

PS For those of you with an interest in rifle and stalking skills, Ian is holding some one day deer stalker's courses this year, and when you think of what he can achieve with a lummox like me, how good could he make you? Dates TBC contact him at Red-Deer
Maybe even see you there. SBW

2 comments:

Albert A Rasch said...

Brother Bushwacker!

School's fun eh?

Got back from the Shot Show yesterday, and I thought of you a couple of times, lots of survivalist, orienteering, and English folks.

Glad you're having fun at school and learning or relearning.

Oh and, good shooting.
Regards,
Albert A Rasch
The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles
Proud Member of Outdoor Bloggers Summit
Southeast Regional OBS Coordinator

Chad Love said...

SBW, just wanted to let you know I mentioned your blog on F&S Field Notes a few days ago.
Hope your blog got a few looks out of it, although to be honest of the loyal fan base (14 readers and climbing like a sloth) I've managed to accumulate in the past six months or so all but about four of them are family members or paid ringers who are contractually required to leave glowing comments only on my blog, so maybe the lazy bastards didn't bother to click on the link...

At any rate, love the blog. Keep it up. Forget the Sako. Get the Tikka. And keep listening to punk.