March As I Saw It

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March Meet As I Saw It

Hmmm…where was everyone? March has proven to be a very busy month for Florida Frontiersmen. Busy as in busy elsewhere. Florida Frontiersmen have always had a full March schedule participating at a cornucopia of events. This was the first time in three years that we even had enough officers to have a March meeting, and even then we just had enough.

McIntyre Pioneer Days BlacksmithI didn’t get to spend much time at the meet either. At our meeting I found out that many Florida Frontiersmen had been busy at the 50th Pioneer Days in Zolfo Springs, Fort Foster, Traditional Bowhunters of Florida (TBOF), 2018 Silver River Knap-In and Prehistoric Arts Festival, 2018 Second Seminole War Battle of Okeechobee Reenactment, the Florida State Fair’s Cracker Country, Florida Strawberry Festival, Pine Castle Pioneer Days, and the National Archery in Schools Program. I like seeing Florida Frontiersmen out teaching, showing, and telling what we learn, and sharing it at a variety of events.

I didn’t even get a chance to get to the range this month, but I did see many vehicles parked there so it must have been a good shoot. I didn’t get to the hawk & knife range either, but BJ reported a higher than normal participation. I didn’t see many camps set up other than the few Alafia camps that haven’t been taken down, yet. Don’t let your investments rot in the Florida sun.

I did see a nice bunch of folks at the meeting. Everyone was in a good mood. The meeting flowed along smoothly, business was done, members participated, and all was completed in fifty minutes. Even the post meeting social hour was over early with everyone heading off in different directions.

I look forward to seeing you (if the good Lord is willing and the creek doesn’t rise) at the next few workdays (got to get ready for the NMLRA Territorial in May), and at the April meet. See ya!

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