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I'm in Columbus right now on business. Actually Dublin. How do you guys stand this weather up here ? Cold and white. And I think there's supposed to be significant snow tonight. :rain:
If I get stuck here because of weather, I'll be looking for an Elite Dealer. Any in Columbus area ? :scratchhead: With an XLR in stock ? I might want to meet you. :shakehands:
01-26-2009, 09:50 PM
Hey Tanc, The only dealer I know of is in Lancaster, which is about 45 min from Dublin.
Its called Fairfield Outdoors the number is 740-653-2697
Welcome to Ohio
Yeah the weather around is always crazy, never know what your going to get.
They say we might have up to 5 inch the next day or so.
01-26-2009, 10:00 PM
Check out Michael at Terminal Velocity in Chillicothe, which is a good hour drive south of Dublin. Definitely worth your time and effort:2thunbs::2thunbs:
01-27-2009, 06:11 AM
i was in Fairfield outdoors on Sat. they only had a 70# GT500. your other option would be TVA in Chillicothe but i would call first. what part of Cbus are you in??
01-27-2009, 09:51 AM
HaHa At North Caroline Boys Getting Furious At The Cold Temps and White Stuff On The Ground
Welcome To Ohio
Well. I got out OK today, so no time for play. But now I'm in Baltimore, and the weather is as bad if not worse - or at least supposed to be in the AM. Snow with freezing rain on top. But Columbus was supposed to get pounded tonight and tomorrow, so glad to be out of there.
01-27-2009, 05:18 PM
Be safe heading home!
Yeah we are supposed to get up to Eleven inches by tomorrow afternoon.
Wished I lived in the south..lol
01-27-2009, 10:27 PM
Why do youi think i left Ohio for San Diego, CA
01-28-2009, 09:53 AM
40 Minutes North of Dublin,Hoffman Archery in Caledonia carrys Elite Bows I know they have one Gt500 and a Z28 and possibly a XLR. Real good guys. They Have camsn stock also. Also there is a indoor archery range in Marion now 20 Brand New Mckenzie 3D Targets shoot out to forty yards all heated indoors. Call Ron or Steve at Hoffman Archery for details((740)361-4172
It's funny. Well, kind of. :tapfoot:
I got lucky and got out of Columbus yesterday afternon right on time.
I get to Baltimore and it's OK, but by nightfall, it became really bad really fast. This morning was treacherous to say the least. LOTS of ice. But I managed to get out of there this afternoon about 4:00 thanks to SWA only about half hour late. Not bad at all on a terrible weather day with really poor visibility and bad conditions.
I think I have it made since it's 65 degrees reportedly in Raleigh, NC. :oh_really:Well, they forgot to tell us how rough it was going to be. One of the rougher flights I have been on in years, and I have been on more than most pilots. Lots of heavy rain showers and gusty winds. Then a drive home in torrential rain and bumper to bumper traffic. :help:
What a week.
Glad to be back in Carolina with sunny days ahead and days in the 50's. Bow time tomorrow. :rockon:
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