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Welcome to the 3Rivers Archer's Den

Archer's Den

Welcome to the Archer's Den. Here you will find a gathering of traditional archery stories, tips and techniques, trophy animals taken with traditional bows, and plenty more. Stay a while and learn something. We hope you enjoy and even submit a trophy of your own, or leave a comment on a post.

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Archery Art to Brighten Your Day (PICS)

By Jason D. Mills   It’s Wednesday and it’s raining outside – it has been for a couple of days. If you’re like me, this means you’re starting to get antsy and you’re ready to start shooting your bow again. To help tide you over, here are some photos of archery artwork – proving that […]

Remembering D-Day

By Jason D. Mills As a United States Marine, I know what it means to see honor, courage, and commitment in action. However, I will never know the sacrifice of those men who went before me on June 6, 1944 when they stormed the beach at Normandy. As we remember the 71st anniversary of D-Day, 3Rivers […]

Traditional Archery Community Fights Childhood Illness

Above is Edward Seales, one of the auction donors, and his son Asher, who is now deceased. Asher is the reason Edward is participating in the auction . “We don't even understand the disease that killed him. It doesn't have a name, just a location on a chromosome. He may have been the only person to have it,” he said. “We know it has some relation to Marfan syndrome, as it had connective tissue abnormalities, but it was far more severe than anything I have ever experienced.” “I hate to hear ‘I don't know what this disease is.’ I've heard it enough, and nobody could ever figure out my only son. Maybe the money we raise will help one family not go through this.” You can bid on Edward’s donation here.

By Jason D. Mills   It’s a fate no parent ever wants to face, but it’s something that tens of thousands of families face each year – serious childhood illness. Children, often too young to speak, many times cannot express exactly what ails them, which can make diagnosis go from difficult to nearly impossible. This […]

12 Things We Love About Renaissance Faires

By Jason D. Mills We all know how awesome Renaissance Faires are – you get to step out of your modern life for a day, back into a period when times were a bit simpler (and a bit more unsanitary). You get to enjoy the food (I’ve never left a Renaissance Faire without first eating […]

Archery Infographic: The Art of Archery – A Timeline through the Ages

Art of Archery - A Timeline through the Ages

By Jason D. Mills Created by Global Gear, this Archery Infographic offers a brief look at how archery has evolved though the ages. From a tool for survival to a weapon of war to a worldwide sporting phenomena. Although it is clearly not all-inclusive (nor does it claim to be), the infographic focuses on the development of archery into […]

Archery in Vietnam?

Archery in Vietnam

I recently found this photo circulating some forums, on its face it’s pretty cool looking – in fact it’s said to have been on the cover of Navy Times during the Vietnam War. Pictured is Lieutenant Commander Donald D. Sheppard, USN, who went on to write several books after the war. One such book, which […]

Theodore “Ted” Judson

Our good friend Ted Judson, age 68, of Blissfield, MI, passed away Friday, April 3, 2015. He was a good friend and was incredibly active in the traditional archery community. Ted hunted not only throughout the United States, but all over the world. He was a good friend of the Karch family and of 3Rivers Archery. […]

What gets you outdoors?

What gets you outdoors

I saw this photo on the Outdoor Channel’s Instagram feed with the hashtag “WhatGetsYouOutdoors.” And it made me think about the peace I find in the woods. That said, what gets you outdoors?

BBC Discovers Flying Penguins

BBC Film maker and writer Terry Jones discovered a colony of new, very rare penguins, which have developed the ability to fly. This incredible feat is made possible by their enlarged pectoral muscles and high stamina – effectively nullifying their small wings. These penguins sustain themselves with a high fat, high carbohydrate diet, which gives them […]

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