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Who is that little kid?

Messages posted to thread:
Sawtooth (Original) 12-Jan-18
JHPope 12-Jan-18
ny yankee 12-Jan-18
ny yankee 12-Jan-18
1/2miledrag 12-Jan-18
Sawtooth (Original) 12-Jan-18
Oly 12-Jan-18
Mpdh 12-Jan-18
BOX CALL 12-Jan-18
ny yankee 12-Jan-18
Dry Bones 12-Jan-18
BOX CALL 12-Jan-18
Tony Phillips 12-Jan-18
RymanCat 12-Jan-18
throwback 12-Jan-18
Jim Davis 12-Jan-18
GF 12-Jan-18
RonG 12-Jan-18
GF 12-Jan-18
GF 12-Jan-18
Matt Ewing 12-Jan-18
60 Cowboy 13-Jan-18
Longcruise 13-Jan-18
buster v davenport 13-Jan-18
Longcruise 13-Jan-18
From: Sawtooth (Original) Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 12-Jan-18




I have a query. It may have been discussed before, but out of curiosity- who is that little kid that is standing by the turkey target and then again with his arms raised by the bale? On the opening banner of the leatherwall then again on the thread page. That dude has been there for a while- I suspect he's probably twenty years old or so by now. Just curious.

From: JHPope
Date: 12-Jan-18




I don't know, but the photo makes me smile every time I see it.

From: ny yankee
Date: 12-Jan-18




Someone's son.

From: ny yankee
Date: 12-Jan-18




Someone's son.

From: 1/2miledrag
Date: 12-Jan-18




I was wondering that just a couple weeks ago myself. That pic with his arms raised is so awesome!

From: Sawtooth (Original) Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 12-Jan-18




Ny yankee, you have a firm grasp of the obvious. Thanks for the input. Hahahah a.

From: Oly
Date: 12-Jan-18




I would claim that it was me as a youngster, except his groups are a little sub-par :) That pic makes me smile also.

From: Mpdh
Date: 12-Jan-18




Well, he’s definitely somebody’s son.

MP

From: BOX CALL Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 12-Jan-18




Frisky in his youth.

From: ny yankee
Date: 12-Jan-18




I always try to help when I can.

From: Dry Bones
Date: 12-Jan-18




If it was Frisky it would be the battery operated big foot smashed into the target with an unstrung bow in his hand. :D -could be someone's Grandson.. Just trying to help.

-Bones

From: BOX CALL Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 12-Jan-18




Looks like my grouping.

From: Tony Phillips
Date: 12-Jan-18




That is Pat's son.

From: RymanCat
Date: 12-Jan-18




Joe boy in his Yute? Don't think so unless he can drive over a bird he won't be able to get one. LOL

Or unless he comes with Cat.LOL

I'd get him a bird even I I had to shoot it when he shot and I told him Joe ya got him.LOL

From: throwback
Date: 12-Jan-18




I've almost asked the same question a bunch of times. He's a cute little bugger, Pat.

From: Jim Davis
Date: 12-Jan-18




Since that youngster was about 4 when this website's software was compiled, he's probably a grandfather by now. ;-)

From: GF
Date: 12-Jan-18

GF's embedded Photo



Reminds me of this guy!

From: RonG
Date: 12-Jan-18




Couldn't be Frisky, I don't see his peddle car.

From: GF
Date: 12-Jan-18




Ummmm. nope.... Not that one!

From: GF
Date: 12-Jan-18

GF's embedded Photo



This one?

From: Matt Ewing
Date: 12-Jan-18




If you click on it it tells you who it is

From: 60 Cowboy
Date: 13-Jan-18




Kevin, now that was funny

From: Longcruise
Date: 13-Jan-18

Longcruise's embedded Photo



That's Pat Lefemines son. He probably has sons of his own now.

Here's my grandson a couple weeks ago.

Some things never change and the enthusiasm of kids for archery is timeless.

From: buster v davenport
Date: 13-Jan-18




Longcruise, you have just proven me wrong! Awhile back, I said on here that no self respecting Leather Waller would post a picture of one of their kids or grand kids shooting a bow that they made from something they found in the back yard. Thank You! bvd

From: Longcruise
Date: 13-Jan-18




Yeah, he is a constant maker of things. He learned a very valuable lesson from that stick. He cut an arrow shelf into the side of it and of course it cracked right away. So, we had a session of learning how to repair with rawhide. Lots of things learned that day.





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