A tubby suburban dad watching hunting and adventure shows
on TV and wondering could I do that?
This is the chronicle of my adventures as I learn to learn to Forage,
Hunt and Fish for food that has lived as I would wish to myself -
Wild and Free.
woah.It's almost like it's made of wax ;p
Blimey! I never realised arrows flexed so much.
GG and HippoLove 'n' MagicSBW
Yo Wacker,Yeah nice vid,When you look at the old photos of cowboys,animals etc killed by arrows they have loads stuck in em, it makes mae laugh when on the goggle box a guy gets shot with one arrow and falls down dead.
Looks like somebody's gettin' deeper into the call of the stick and string...
StanSo true when bowhunting was pure subsistence hunting why would you take the risk? And at war it would take quite a few arrows to bring down a French knight and his war horse. 'They don't like it up em captain mainwaring'SBW
JoshLooks like someone's taken up mind reading, or am I just that predictable?SBW
Ahh.. the archer's paradox. Best thing about traditional archery is that you don't spend too much time worrying about that kind of thing. Just know it happens and call it good. Pretty amazing though, how far the aboriginals advanced archery (and spear chucking) without the benefit of high-speed cameras and composite fibers, huh?
Oh, I'm a mind-reader. Just ask my wife... although, I'm sensing something... yes... I'm... I'm sensing that she will laugh hysterically, maniacally, even, at the notion.By the way, I keep coming back to watch that video. I can't seem to get enough of it.
LOLMe too, it's magicalSBW
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