Nice story in ADN today about an Alaskan woman and her bowhunting history. Although the story does also center on a contest - - she's definitely appreciated much of what sets bowhunting apart, factors that Bob Robb (in The Field & Stream Bowhunting Handbook) described as constituting the ultimate challenge. Contest aside, it's good to see a story about what seems a decent person, an Alaska resident, who's developed a passion for hunting and has the commitment, dedication and appreciation for the challenges involved in the particular sport of bowhunting. That part seems good for hunting, good for Alaska.
Story link: http://www.adn.com/2010/12/29/162457...ing-award.html