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    • cody
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      Hey everybody I’m about to take a small ski trip to Breakinridge, Colorado(spell check) Does anyone know of any traditional archery stores around that area. Just a curious question thanks for any input

    • David Petersen
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      Sorry, Cody, I’m on the other side of the Divide from there. Watch out for the trees!:roll:

    • JWnWyoming
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      Denver (Aurora) is the closest I know of. Rocky Mountain Specialty Gear at 5340 Sheridan Blvd. Arvada Co. 80002
      303-421-2259.
      Probebly more stick bows there than any shop I know of.
      Hands on too.
      rmsgear.com
      good luck
      JW

    • cody
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      Thanks for the info. I’m gonna try my best to get there. I fly into Denver but have prearranged transportation from there so I don’t know if I’ll be able to stop or not. But thanks again for the store… and thanks for the warning about the trees Dave..haha I really hope I don’t find any of them.

    • JWnWyoming
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      After you ski (and have your leg set) 😀 leave for the airport early and stop by the archery store. 😆

    • Mark Turton
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      I flew home from Switzerland on Saturday every other person getting on in Zurich either had an arm in a sling or was on crutches, take care on the white stuff.

      Mark.

    • MontanaFord
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      There’s a good reason I don’t ski or snow board. I’ve found that I’m allergic to anything that hurts, and pain hurts.

      Michael

    • Mark Turton
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      I had an instructor many years ago whose pet saying was ‘pain never hurt anybody’ he wasn’t right but nobody ever questioned him.

      Mark.

    • cody
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      Well I made it back with no broke bones or injuries. I never got around to sking but snowboarding is some of the most fun I’ve ever had in my life. If any of you have never been to CO I suggest you plan a trip. Its amazing how beautiful it is. I live in Tennessee and I thought the Smokies here were mountains…not after going there..lolol..I did leave for the airport early but it was to try and beat the ten inches of snow that was coming..Didn’t beat it but didn’t get snowed in either..

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