Anyone else having one of those seasons? Mine started with tendinitis 2 weeks before my Bou trip. 3 Days before we left I was finally able to hold a good pattern with a 42 pound bow not my 50. Then Gunther gets sick 4th day out and we have to make a bee line for home. Now I fall and injure my right arm badly enough that I can't even carry a jug of water the day before I was leaving for a 4 day sheep hunt! It's bad enough my chances of putting good food on the table have been dropping, but what really bothers me is the folks I've had no choice but to hold off on there bows!
Dave and Nate, all that's left is finish shaping guys, I'm deeply sorry but I can't do that detailed work right now. ASAP I'll have them done. Dave, you'll have your bow when you go north.
John stop by the house when you get a chance too select woods and design, I'm sorry you should have been over to do that months ago!
Patrick sorry I failed to E-Mail you. I was stomped with things and wasn't able to get your stave ready, send me a PM next time your in town and I'll get you set up.
All, this is not the way I like to do business, I'm embarrassed and truly sorry. Thank you guys very much for your understanding so far.