First Annual Ladies Outdoor Learning — 8 Comments

  1. Did you have any information on your blog about this? I keep reading about things after the fact and thinking, “Gosh. I wish I’d known about that.” Maybe I could have come and maybe I couldn’t, but there might be other readers who have no way except your blog to get information about events like this. Keep it in mind for next year!

    The photos are great, and it looks like wonderful fun. I’ll bet it was fun to be a student and not a teacher, too.

    Some of those skills were being put to use over here this past weekend. The teal are thick, and people were getting their limits in the first half-hour! Amazing.

    • No ma’am, I did not mention this on the blog beforehand. I very well could have, though. I guess I’m never sure how interested the vast audiences are in that sort of local thing . . . . but then again, you never know unless you put it out there. Teal were not think here. So, send them this way, will ya?

  2. I, too would love to have advance notice of an event like this. I live in Austin, but could make the trip if given enough notice. I would love to learn new outdoor skills.

    • Caroline, do you do Facebook? If so, please go LIKE my Bayou Woman page, because I did advertise it there, a couple of times, and even posted the brochure there. Sorry you missed out, but I’ll be sure and let everyone know next year via this blog. Okay?

  3. Next year you need to add a duck calling class. Take the course, then it’s off to the duck blind with or without your duck hunting son, Termite.
    Ditto to the other replies.

    • We did get a little bit of calling instruction, and we received a teal call in our dittie bags, but a full-blown class would be good! You’re right!

    • Thank you! Why wouldn’t you leave a comment on FB? Just curious. I’m probably going to say something about that here later, but first I have another post I’m working on today.

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