Monday, April 19, 2010

CVA Pacific Coast Traditional Challenge, Simi Valley, CA

The Chamberlin Ranch shoot is fading into our memories (except for Salvador, who is still gloating about winning the clout shoot and getting a new quiver from the quiver raffle) but there is another great trad shoot coming right up:
The Conejo Valley Archers Pacific Coast Traditional Challenge is fast approaching us on May 1-2. This is a great two-day shoot that I look forward to every year. The club does a great job and everyone seems to have a good time. Camping is available at the county park next to the range. A special arrangement with the county gives tent campers a price of $5 per night. Truck campers with no hook up is $10 and RV camping is $37.
We'll be there with the booth selling custom arrows and taking orders for same. I sold out of beef jerky at the Chamberlin shoot but I'm making more as I type this. Other vendors with wonderful wares will also be there, many of them with hand made goods that can be difficult to find elsewhere. I think there will be at least two custom knife makers in attendance.

If you can come out for both days, great! If you can only make it for one day, no problem! Either way, come have fun with us.

Who is with me?!

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