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December 18, 2014

 

 

Special Consignment Sale Items:
 

         New entries for this week are Custom Cedar Arrows and two Quivers (on this page). Two Bows on our Consignment page and one on Used Bows page.  We have changes on the New Bow page as well.  Happy shopping!

 

         Easton Full Metal Jacket Dangerous Game arrows:  Spine 400/5" die cut feathers/29 3/4" BOP/100 grain points/one half dozen.  Retail price:  $188.00 dozen.  Consignment price for 6 is $75.00.  Click for photo.

 

          NEW Another new item on consignment is a dozen "previously owned" custom cedar arrows that are 50-55# spine and 29" long.  The arrows feature spliced shield shape feathers and a unique custom cresting pattern putting them in a "super custom" category.  They also come in a "baker's dozen" of thirteen arrows for a selling price of $150.00.  Click for photo.

 

          NEW We also have two custom leather strap-on style four arrow bow quivers available for $75.00 each.  These were designed for one piece longbows.  Click for Quiver #1.  Click for Quiver #2.

 

           Although I have no interest in the crossbow accessory market we had the materials in stock to put together 2.5 dozen crossbow bolts.   I made them up and we are offering them for sale at this time.  They are fletched with 4" vanes and have moon nocks installed.  They are 22" long and have 100 grain target points.  Click for photo.

 

          Another consignment item has recently arrived!  A complete drum set is now available for $250.00!  Click for photo.

 

          We also have three guitars available as used items for $35.00 each.  Of the two blue ones, one has to be restrung but both are available with soft cases for "scratch free" transport. 

Click for photo.

 

          Techno Beat battery powered Keyboard (with no instructions nor any accessory items if offered for $30.00.  Click for photo.

 

  Any of the above items can be seen

  by appointment by calling us at 315-822-5893.

 

 

11/21/14:  Although we aren’t suffering under eight feet of snow like Buffalo is (along with 12 storm related deaths) we are getting some lake effect stuff at the present.  We have 3-5” of old snow and another inch of fresh stuff.  It is still snowing but supposed to taper off by noontime.  I have to see my cardiologist at 3:40 PM today and hopefully the roads south will be clear by then.  In any event it is much too early for this much snow.

 

My recent cardio testing and the aborted catheterization has resulted in another $176.00 in copays.  (Just got another one for $200.00 for the pacemaker change!)  Since we are paying off three earlier ones I tried calling the Hospital’s financial group to add the new ones on.  Six attempts on the phone got me only a busy signal so I gave up.  I expect that all of their operators are chasing down deadbeats so I will wait for them to call me and then make the arrangements!  Update:  They finally caught me and now our monthly payment has gone from six months to fifteen months!

 

We got to the clinic in plenty of time but John Rowley was running about 45 minutes late.   Finally got in and everything was fine.  The medication change appears to have worked as all of my test parameters were well within acceptable tolerances.  We got home at 5:45 PM and got to drive by a two vehicle wreck at Skinner Road and Route 20!  An exciting time was had by all!

 

11/23/14:  Lenny’s son Scott was kind enough to volunteer to help me clean the chimneys out so that got done today.  Margaret refuses to let me go up on the roof anymore!  She still lets me climb a ladder high enough to get dizzy but I am not allowed to walk around on the roof.  The creosote build-up in the wood burning chimney was really bad so I expect that I am going to have to pay more attention to it to avoid burning the house down.

 

11/25/14:  We have had a bit of a weather reprieve for the past couple of days but that is once again coming to an end.  By Thanksgiving Day we should be seeing snow once again in the form of a nor’easter coming up the east coast.  With the national average gasoline prices in the $2.80 range it will probably find a bunch of stranded travelers for the next holiday!  We have been invited to share the day with friends but that is only an eighteen mile round trip so that ought to work out nicely.

 

11/28/14:  We had a very nice Thanksgiving with our friend’s family and returned home just before dark.  Of course on the way home my shiny new muffler went from connected to disconnected so the rusty old van will go back to the repair shop on Monday.  When we had the oil furnace repaired a couple of weeks ago and the technician who did the work suggested that we have the furnace cleaned.  I called on Wednesday to schedule that and today the cleaning process noted that the heat exchanger had a big hole in it so now we have a red-tagged furnace!  2014 seems to have been a banner year for us with BAD LUCK being the only luck we have had since last January.

 

12/2/14:  Talked with Darryl Ferguson Monday and he has us scheduled for a new furnace on Wednesday.  Bob cobbled the muffler on the van back together so I can drive down the highway quietly again.

 

12/5/14:  The new oil furnace installation was done and functioning by Wednesday evening with a couple of touch up items completed on Thursday afternoon.  It certainly is nice to have enough heat in the house again.  The wood stove is a nice supplement heat but the one little stove cannot be expected to heat a house of almost 3,000 square feet on three different levels.

 

I have always been fascinated by the native American usage of moon names to denote the passage of time based on the full moon period of each month.  The most common usage was put forth by the Algonquin tribes that had the greatest influence on the early European settlers in the New World.  Each month I will note the day of the full moon and a brief description of that moon’s name:

 

December 6, 2014 – The Cold Moon:  Winter takes a firm hold and temperatures plummet at this time.  Sometimes this moon is also called the Long Night Moon as the winter nights lengthen and the moon spends more time above the horizon opposite a low sun.  The full moon name often used by Christian settlers is the “Moon before Yule”.

 

12/18/14:  When we were publishing the 3D book and still hosting indoor leagues in the archery lanes it was not too difficult to keep publishing this Diary on a weekly basis.  Since we do not have much to write about (or report on) this may well become a monthly Diary instead of a weekly one!

 

Click  to view this week's photos - December 18, 2014

 

 

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from both of us!

 

 

Current 3D Shoot Results

When the results are made available to us.

 

 Next Shoot (s)

 
The 3D season is officially over for 2014.

 

 

   If you are not on the 3D mailing list

and would like to be, please contact:

 

Rich Inman

209 Jones Road

Ilion, NY 13357 

 

Email: rjinman25@yahoo.com

 

or Phone:  315-822-5034

 

Central NY 2014 3D Schedule and  Directions to clubs

 

Click here for printable schedule.

 

 Click here for printable directions to clubs.

 

 

That’s about it for this week.

 

 

Thank you for checking in with us.

 

 

         george

 


 

November 20, 2014

 

Special Consignment Sale Items:
 

 

         New entries for this week are Custom Cedar Arrows and two Quivers (on this page). Two Bows on our Consignment page and one on Used Bows page.  We have changes on the New Bow page as well.  Happy shopping!

 

         Easton Full Metal Jacket Dangerous Game arrows:  Spine 400/5" die cut feathers/29 3/4" BOP/100 grain points/one half dozen.  Retail price:  $188.00 dozen.  Consignment price for 6 is $75.00.  Click for photo.

 

          NEW Another new item on consignment is a dozen "previously owned" custom cedar arrows that are 50-55# spine and 29" long.  The arrows feature spliced shield shape feathers and a unique custom cresting pattern putting them in a "super custom" category.  They also come in a "baker's dozen" of thirteen arrows for a selling price of $150.00.  Click for photo.

 

          NEW We also have two custom leather strap-on style four arrow bow quivers available for $75.00 each.  These were designed for one piece longbows.  Click for Quiver #1.  Click for Quiver #2.

 

           Although I have no interest in the crossbow accessory market we had the materials in stock to put together 2.5 dozen crossbow bolts.   I made them up and we are offering them for sale at this time.  They are fletched with 4" vanes and have moon nocks installed.  They are 22" long and have 100 grain target points.  Click for photo.

 

          Another consignment item has recently arrived!  A complete drum set is now available for $250.00!  Click for photo.

 

          We also have three guitars available as used items for $35.00 each.  Of the two blue ones, one has to be restrung but both are available with soft cases for "scratch free" transport. 

Click for photo.

 

          Techno Beat battery powered Keyboard (with no instructions nor any accessory items if offered for $30.00.  Click for photo.

 

  Any of the above items can be seen

  by appointment by calling us at 315-822-5893.

 

 

10/18/14:  Margaret came up with our tomato processing tally for 2014:  Tomato Sauce – 39 quarts.   Tomatoes – 59 quarts.  This was a banner year for our tomato harvest from eighteen plants!

 

Finally talked to my cardiologist on Friday and nothing serious is planned relative to my heart condition.  He is changing my alpha/beta blocker drug to see if that will improve things.  I didn’t think things were too bad until having to undergo all of the testing!

 

10/20/14:  I guess we are in for a cold spell for the upcoming week with intermittent rain predicted.  With the possibility of rain comes the possibility of SNOW!

 

We had a gray squirrel at our backyard feeder this afternoon and it was a welcome sight.  All of our furry friends have not yet abandoned us!

 

10/23/14:  A cold and dreary day today as we move towards the end of October.  We were able to spend the last two days working on updating the website to add new items that have been waiting too long to be added.

 

Today we also need to run and do some errands:  recycling soda cans and to purchase some bulk food items to help get through the winter months that are almost upon us.

 

10/27/14:  Margaret is in the process of turning a large portion of our earlier apple purchase into applesauce to be canned and stored for the winter.  This will be a two or three day operation and then we will be back to apple pies again.  She is using the Cortland variety of apples since they keep poorly as opposed to the Northern Spies which will keep in the cellar for most of the winter.  The final count on applesauce turned out to be 28 pints to go into winter storage!

 

10/30/14:  Merlyn and I got to the cabin last night to keep the fire going for Saturday.  I got the inside temperature up to 55 degrees before leaving on Friday morning.  Heavy fog and 24 degrees!

 

11/5/14:  Butch got here as scheduled on Saturday and we have been enjoying each other's company for the past few days.  I haven’t been getting out much but he has been seeing plenty of deer but nothing close enough to shoot.  He has also been splitting away on that nasty pile of maple that Doug Palmer was nice enough to cut up and bring down to the cabin.

 

I also have to report that Margaret’s woodland friends have returned to our feeding station in the backyard.  So far it looks like our hawk scare has worn off and we have seen the gray squirrels, doves and partridge along with our usual visitors.  Every thing is back to normal once again.

 

11/7/14:  Butch borrowed a chain saw yesterday and now the nasty pile of maple blocks are all split up and stored on the cabin porch.  Once again we have several weeks of good wood heat nicely stored away.  It will be needed as daytime temperatures for the rest of his visit won’t get out of the 40’s.

 

11/10/14:  Did you know that on an annual basis, one in twenty reported vehicle collisions are animal related?  This collision rate results in over 26,000 injuries and 200 human deaths.  The over all cost is more than $8.3 billion per year, including vehicle repair, medical services, towing, law enforcement time and carcass disposal.

 

These statistics are for deer and other larger mammals.  The tolls of smaller animals like squirrels, raccoons, skunks and foxes are largely unreported and in addition it is estimated that as many as 340 million birds are killed annually.

 

Tomorrow will be the last day of my hunting vacation with good friends.  We have had our traditional boiled ham dinner at the cabin and Butch will be flying back to Daytona early Thursday morning.  Merlyn and I will spend that day closing up the cabin for the winter and making it as varmint proof a possible!

 

11/14/14:  Merlyn and I made our last trip into the cabin for the year.  We took in all of the clean laundry and stored it away.  Things are ship shape and we closed up the door and now have to look forward to the winter passing for another year.

 

Click  to view this week's photos - November 20, 2014

 

 

 

Current 3D Shoot Results

When the results are made available to us.

 

 Next Shoot (s)

 
The 3D season is officially over for 2014.

 

 

   If you are not on the 3D mailing list

and would like to be, please contact:

 

Rich Inman

209 Jones Road

Ilion, NY 13357 

 

Email: rjinman25@yahoo.com

 

or Phone:  315-822-5034

 

Central NY 2014 3D Schedule and  Directions to clubs

 

Click here for printable schedule.

 

 Click here for printable directions to clubs.

 

 

That’s about it for this week.

 

 

Thank you for checking in with us.

 

 

         george

 


 

October 19, 2014

 

Special Consignment Sale Items:
 

 

         New entries for this week are Custom Cedar Arrows and two Quivers (on this page). Two Bows on our Consignment page and one on Used Bows page.  We have changes on the New Bow page as well.  Happy shopping!

 

 

         Easton Full Metal Jacket Dangerous Game arrows:  Spine 400/5" die cut feathers/29 3/4" BOP/100 grain points/one half dozen.  Retail price:  $188.00 dozen.  Consignment price for 6 is $75.00.  Click for photo.

 

          NEW Another new item on consignment is a dozen "previously owned" custom cedar arrows that are 50-55# spine and 29" long.  The arrows feature spliced shield shape feathers and a unique custom cresting pattern putting them in a "super custom" category.  They also come in a "baker's dozen" of thirteen arrows for a selling price of $150.00.  Click for photo.

 

          NEW We also have two custom leather strap-on style four arrow bow quivers available for $75.00 each.  These were designed for one piece longbows.  Click for Quiver #1.  Click for Quiver #2.

 

           Although I have no interest in the crossbow accessory market we had the materials in stock to put together 2.5 dozen crossbow bolts.   I made them up and we are offering them for sale at this time.  They are fletched with 4" vanes and have moon nocks installed.  They are 22" long and have 100 grain target points.  Click for photo.

 

          Another consignment item has recently arrived!  A complete drum set is now available for $250.00!  Click for photo.

 

          We also have three guitars available as used items for $35.00 each.  Of the two blue ones, one has to be restrung but both are available with soft cases for "scratch free" transport. 

Click for photo.

 

          This item is an "in-the-wall" mounting device for a large flat screen television set.  When assembled it allows the TV to be angled for proper viewing and has never been used.  Sold for $700 as new and is available for $500 or best offer.  Click for photo.

 

 

          Techno Beat battery powered Keyboard (with no instructions nor any accessory items if offered for $30.00.  Click for photo.

 

  Any of the above items can be seen

  by appointment by calling us at 315-822-5893.

 

 

        10/1/14:  The farmer’s are starting to chop their cornfields as I have been seeing the big transport trucks going by the place today.  Dreary and cloudy all day today but I am still picking tomatoes from the garden.  My broccoli plants that are still in the ground are still producing the small satellite heads and was able to pick another small bucketful today.  Today was opening day of bow season and I had planned on going out but I woke up at 7:30 and that took care of that!

 

I read an article in the October 2014 Pennsylvania Game News that states that since the legalization of the crossbow in 2009 their archery license sales have grown by more that 10%.  The article further states that throughout the archery season the crossbow hunters are responsible for about half of the antlered and antlerless deer harvested in any yearly deer season.  This condition has occurred over a five year period.  I wonder if we will see the same thing here in New York?

 

        10/6/14:  Merlyn and I got the cabin all cleaned up for the fall housekeeping.  Washed the windows inside and out, chased most of the cobwebs away and wiped down all of the flat dust collecting surfaces.  This morning I swept the leaves off the porch and raked the leaves from the parking space.  The final job was to clear the leaves from the rain gutter to help keep the rain barrel full if it rains.  Now we will stay away until the end of the month just prior to when Butch arrives on November 1st.

 

In any event, I have enough to do to get the garden cleared up and get the garlic planted for next year’s growing season.  We started the wood stove here at the house (after removing a gallon or so of creosote from the stove and stove pipe) and the wood heat certainly feels good as the night time temps have been in the mid-thirties for the past two days.

 

        10/7/14:  I spent the major part of the day pulling up our eighteen tomato plants and loading them into the van.  Although we escaped the full thrust of the tomato blight this year, it is still good practice to remove the tomato plants to someplace some distance from your garden site.  Our tomato crop was the best that we have had in several years and we are going to enjoy using this year’s harvest.

 

I am going to have to build new tomato cages for next spring.  My current ones are being recycled as I made them about fifteen years ago from horse fencing that had 4” x 6” openings.  They worked very well but the environment and rust has pretty much done them in.

 

        10/8/14:  I should be getting a shipment of arrow shafts in from one of my suppliers today.  If they get here I will be fletching stock arrows to replace finished arrows sold during recent weeks.  We also have a few customers scheduled for the next few days so should be busy in the archery shop.  During lax times I have plenty of outside work to keep me busy in order to be ready for winter.

 

The up coming weekend (Columbus Day – Saturday, Sunday and Monday) will be the scheduled youth hunt for 14 and 15 year old hunters hunting with qualified mentors.  This special hunt will allow junior hunters to take a deer of either sex with a gun while being closely monitored by a qualified adult hunters.  During the 2012 Youth Hunt 1,411 deer were taken with 61% of the eligible youth hunters participating.

 

        10/9/14:  Today was the day for the second delivery of apples at the Amish store on Monticello Road so Margaret and I spent the morning ferrying apples from there to here to put four bushel in our winter storage.  We have two bushel of Northern Spys and two more of Cortland’s so it will be apple pie time once again!  Margaret and I fitted in well with the crowd of “white hairs” picking up apples and it occurred to me that most people under the age of sixty do not have the skills to make either apple sauce or apple pies!  Sign of the times I expect.

 

We didn’t have too many dahlias planted this year and I spent some time this afternoon digging the root balls and cleaning them off for storage.  As soon as I get the gladiola bulbs dug and put away I will have all of the digging and putting away done for another year.  The weather man is calling for clear skies and 70’s for the weekend so I will be able to get my garlic planted and mulched for next spring.

 

        10/10/14:  33 degrees this morning but sunny and spent the morning raking leaves in the backyard.  Because the prevailing winds typically are from the west I have to rake to the east and throw them over the fence.  Nasty job but better now than in the spring when they are wet and rotted from the winter snows!

 

        10/11/14:  The garlic is all planted!  It was a cold chore but it always is when you have to plant in the fall and I guess that mid-October qualifies as the fall season.

 

I had a call yesterday from an archer who lives in the Syracuse area regarding getting started in traditional archery.  He made arrangements to come down today and after making the trip left for home with enough information and equipment to get started with a “purer” form of our sport.

 

        10/12/14:  Twenty six degrees this morning and the grass on the back lawn was white and frosty.  Worked at clearing out the front garden so it looks more presentable until it gets covered with snow.  Worked at finishing up mowing the back lawn and used the clippings to mulch the section where I planted the garlic.

 

        10/13/14:  Still have the front lawn section to mow.  Although it is overcast it doesn’t feel like it is going to rain.  An archer from South Carolina ordered a set of plain limb bolts and he has the honor of being the first mail order customer for the month of October! 

 

It makes me wonder at the practical aspects of it all……it costs us $70.00 a year for website hosting and another $50.00 a month for internet service which comes to a total of $670.00 a year.  Of course this gives us an international forum for our business but the profits from our mail order business certainly does not pay the overhead cost of the exposure.  Advertising has always been like that:  “Damned if you do; damned if you don’t!”

 

I harvested all of my carrots and beets and all the garden contains now is some kale and that is a really tough plant (it has been frozen three times and still looks good).

 

        10/14//14:  All of the chipmunks and squirrels have disappeared from our backyard feeding station.  The leaves are just about off the trees and Margaret thinks that perhaps a hawk has taken up station in the area which is keeping them away.  Another mystery to be solved….  

 

        10/15/14:  Merlyn and I got to the cabin this morning and re-stacked some firewood.  I also managed to clean out the toilet and gave the kitchen sink a once over.  Swept all of the leaves off the front porch and now the hunting camp is officially ready for Butch’s arrival on November 1st.  Took a walk out on the dam and found a well defined deer trail crossing the dam so I should be able to get across without too much trouble (although I am probably twice as wide as a whitetail)!

 

Click  to view this week's photos - October 19, 2014

 

 

Current 3D Shoot Results

When the results are made available to us.

 

 Next Shoot (s)

 
The 3D season is officially over for 2014.

 

 

   If you are not on the 3D mailing list

and would like to be, please contact:

 

Rich Inman

209 Jones Road

Ilion, NY 13357 

 

Email: rjinman25@yahoo.com

 

or Phone:  315-822-5034

 

Central NY 2014 3D Schedule and  Directions to clubs

 

Click here for printable schedule.

 

 Click here for printable directions to clubs.

 

 

That’s about it for this week.

 

 

Thank you for checking in with us.

 

 

         george

 


 

September 30, 2014

 

Special Consignment Sale Items:

 

         Easton Full Metal Jacket Dangerous Game arrows:  Spine 400/5" diecut feathers/29 3/4" BOP/100 grain points/one half dozen.  Retail price:  $188.00 dozen.  Consignment price for 6 is $75.00.  Click for photo.

 

           Although I have no interest in the crossbow accessory market we had the materials in stock to put together 2.5 dozen crossbow bolts.   I made them up and we are offering them for sale at this time.  They are fletched with 4" vanes and have moon nocks installed.  They are 22" long and have 100 grain target points.  Click for photo.

 

          Another consignment item has recently arrived!  A complete drum set is now available for $250.00!  Click for photo.

 

          We also have three guitars available as used items for $35.00 each.  Of the two blue ones, one has to be restrung but both are available with soft cases for "scratch free" transport. 

Click for photo.

 

          This item is an "in-the-wall" mounting device for a large flat screen television set.  When assembled it allows the TV to be angled for proper viewing and has never been used.  Sold for $700 as new and is available for $500 or best offer.  Click for photo.

 

 

          Techno Beat battery powered Keyboard (with no instructions nor any accessory items if offered for $30.00.  Click for photo.

 

  Any of the above items can be seen on weekends

 or by appointment by calling us at 315-822-5893.

 

 

        9/22/14:  We saw eight turkeys this morning on the east side of the big field by the cabin.  A nasty, rainy morning and the migrating geese had already left the pond and seeing the turkeys was another plus (first ones this year!).

 

Had a busy day today……reconditioned six carbon arrows, made and installed string and bus cable on a Bowtech bow,  fletched two dozen arrows for stock, cut and pointed half a dozen arrows for the Bowtech customer and generally just had a busy day.

 

        9/23/14:  Underwent the catheterization process and the doctor found two blocked arteries but was unable to clear either one of them.  He felt however that the condition would ease with medication changes and would be discussing his findings with my cardiologist and his assistant.  So it will be a wait and see for a few days.

 

        9/24/14:  Started bidding on a 66”/RH/25#/Bear Victor Patriot  target bow on eBay for a customer in Vermont.  Hope we can get at a reasonable price as it has a couple of sight mounting holes on the inside of the riser.  Lovely sunny day today and weather man promises mid-seventies and no rain until next Tuesday. 

 

        9/25/14:  Did not get the bow as I put an upper limit on my bidding at $201 and it went for almost $240.  I won’t imply that eBay sellers are unscrupulous or dishonest but one has to be cautious buying used bows.  A certain portion of the sellers cannot reliably check a recurve for straightness or potential delaminations making cross country auctions a somewhat “iffy” business.

 

I went to the local clinic this morning for blood tests in the aftermath of the catheterization.  I spoke with my good friend Bill Brust later this afternoon and found that he just had a heart valve replaced at the age of 84!  He was quite pleased with the results and his surgeon told him he has twenty years left.  He said, "But I will be 104!"  I told him that when he hit a hundred Willard Scott would put his mug on a Smuckers Jam jar.  It seems a shame that at a certain age all we have to talk about is our ailments!

 

        9/26/14:  The outdoor 3D season will finish up on the 28th with shoots at Cassety Hollow, Oxford and Tri-Town. The weather man predicts 78 degrees on Sunday which is true Indian Summer weather for the month of September!  Amazingly we have had only one frost this month and the fall foliage is becoming quite wonderful.

 

Lenny is determined to take a trip to Hamburg, PA to visit the Cabella’s store there.  Scott and Christopher will be going along and I expect to join them as well.  Of course a ten hour road trip won’t leave too much time for the visit but I hope to see my godson Woody Handelong who works part time in their gun department.  I haven’t seen him in seven or eight years so I am looking forward to this final trip of the year.

 

        9/29/14:  We left at 6:30 AM for our trip to Cabela’s and arrived at about 11:30.  The mountain in the middle of the store is just unreal and filled with full body mounts of North American big and small game and is a diorama that puts museum displays to shame.  They also have a Deer room featuring whitetails, mule deer, blacktails and other sub-species of deer.  Also included is a display of African game animals in another part of the store along with a fish tank/aquarium as well.  (The fish tank was the one thing I didn’t see!)  I got to spend a little time with my godson Woody and he works the Gun Department part-time two days a week and seems to love his job there.   Seeing the amount of money that that company spent on this facility it is easy to see why Cabela’s is the premier sporting goods retailer in the United States!

 

Doug Palmer blocked up the fallen maple tree at the start of the cabin road and transported all of the wood down to the cabin.  (He stopped me last Friday morning and said that he promised Butch that he would take care of it before hunting season.)  He was good for his word and Butch will have some wood splitting to occupy his time during his twelve day hunting vacation.

 

The southern zone bow season opens on Wednesday so Merlyn and I spent the morning knocking down the spider webs and giving the place a good cleaning.  I still have to wash all of the windows inside and out and wash all of the flat surfaces on the furniture and the cabin will be clean and ready for Butch to show up on November 1st.

 

Click  to view this week's photos - September 30, 2014

 

Current 3D Shoot Results

When the results are made available to us.

 

 Next Shoot (s)

 
The 3D season is officially over for 2014.

 

 

 

 

   If you are not on the 3D mailing list

and would like to be, please contact:

 

Rich Inman

209 Jones Road

Ilion, NY 13357 

 

Email: rjinman25@yahoo.com

 

or Phone:  315-822-5034

 

Central NY 2014 3D Schedule and  Directions to clubs

 

Click here for printable schedule.

 

 Click here for printable directions to clubs.

 

 

That’s about it for this week.

 

 

Thank you for checking in with us.

 

 

         george

 


 

 

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