Re: too cold for outdoors
> > > Here's a poll question for you: of those of us infor the
> > areas too cold for
> > > outdoor winter archery, how
> > > many new arrows have you made since you put your
> > bow up for the winter?
> > >
> > Here's a poll question for you: of those of us in areas too cold
> for outdoor winter archery, how
> > many new arrows have you made since you put your bow up
> winter?Konnichi wa, tomodachi...
I have finished making a new pair of yugake (archery gloves) , a
brocade Kake bakuro (bag to keep the gloves in), and a laquered
wood sengoku jidai ebira (japanese hip quiver) and a pair of
mukabaki (fur hunting style chaps) for myself.
I also have several orders for ebira, which I have in various
stages of completion - most of the wood and wicker work is
done, but there is much more to go.
Lastly, I sat down and designed a bunch of artwork that can be
printed on large format printers that feature detailed, life sized
pretend enemy samurai in various positions, in armor, to use at
targets. I have wanted to do that for quite a while...
Of course, there is always the armor to fix...and more weapons to
aquire...and Kamakura shooting garb to sew...
Date Saburou Yukiie
Yama Kaminari Ryu
Shi wa hei to de aru - all are equal in the grave...