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Other entertainment included displays of horsemanship and archery.
Each year, there are five hunts: archery, small game (squirrel and rabbit), big game (deer and hog), muzzle-load (deer and hog with a specific gun), and waterfowl (ducks).
The report noted the U.S. has more than 32 million target shooters using firearms and 12.4 million people engaged in archery, not including hunting.
Still, the artistry and skills involved in archery are lost upon those who have never hunted with a vertical bow, and no hunting success is harder earned.
The north-south axis of the lawns in front of Napoleon's tomb at the Invalides makes them perfect for the archery.
In archery, proper grip, posture and form are taught before the arrows fly.
Instead of tennis, archery, and riflery, there would be milking cows and weeding vegetables, and a boy who distinguished himself would be rewarded not with a badge but with a trowel with his name written on the shaft in black magic marker.
Wagon rides, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, archery, clodhopper golf, corn maze, pony rides, giant slingshots, horse shoe hill with 80’ underground slide, farm yard play area and petting animals.
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