coming back!
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We are working out the details but as for now,  we would like to let everybody know, is retooling and getting ready to get back to business !!

Jason Becker world class guitarist communicates with his "Vocal Eyes Communication system"
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Since I’m also always looking to post information to help others in need, especially hunters and being the metal head that I am, I thought I would share some interesting info I came across about a world class guitarist named Jason Becker.  Jason’s success was hampered by his then-diagnosed amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and was given three to five years to live. In 1996,  Becker eventually lost the ability to speak and now communicates with his eyes via a system developed by his father. Despite his disability, he continues composing by using a computer.

Finally got a new computer
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Well hopefully I’ll be back in business posting soon.  Just got a new computer, and as soon as I figure out how to work this new windows system, I’ll be  getting back at it.  later

man its been awhile
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well I must first off say Im sorry for being gone from the blog for so long.  So Im sorry for not keeping up.   Many things have been going on in our lives and finding time to sit infront of the computer is getting harder and harder.  But….oh yes I very much look foreward to getting back to work on spreading the word and keeping people up to date on the hunting industry and all of the folks making things happen.   So I’ll see you soon and keep in  touch.  

PS, if yall are out turkey hunting be safe.  I’ll be headed out this weekend for some long beard action I hope…..

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The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources is cooperating with a number of private individuals and groups to co-sponsor two Upstate Mobility Impaired Deer Hunts this year. The first hunt will be on October 23-24, 2009 and will be conducted at sites in Cherokee, Spartanburg and Union counties. The second hunt will be on October 30-31, 2009 and will be at sites in Laurens and Newberry counties. Applicants can apply for one or both hunts.
Co-sponsors include the Harry Hampton Memorial Wildlife Fund, Georgia Pacific Corporation, Carolina’s Fence Association, South Carolina Disabled Sportsmen, Paralyzed Veterans of America, Sprinkle Prosthetics, the Wounded Warrior Project, South Carolina Wildlife Law Enforcement Officers Association and DNR’s TAKE ONE MAKE ONE program.

There is no cost to apply for these special hunts and each hunter is allowed to bring one person to assist him or her if desired. Please indicate if you need a hunting license wavier for this hunt. All hunts will consist of a noon lunch on Friday and hunting on both Friday afternoon and Saturday mornings.
Successful applicants will be notified in early October of their assigned hunt sites and dates and will be provided directions to the location where the noon meal will be held. After lunch, hunters can then follow someone to their respective hunt sites. Lodging is available at a few of the hunt sites so please indicate if you need lodging. Please complete all information on the application and make sure to complete and return the liability wavier form with your application.


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