One for the Ladies

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Big Daddy, Sep 8, 2004.

  1. I know some men who could use this too! ;) :D


    COLUMBUS, OH - Registration opened this week for the popular Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop to be held Friday, October 8 through Sunday, October 10 in Delaware County, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife.

    "Women participating in the program are of all ages and walks of life, seeking to learn or improve their outdoor skills," said Jen Dennison, the program's coordinator. "Since the program began in 1994, course instructors have received an impressive 100 percent approval rating from participants."

    Becoming an Outdoors-Woman is a national program designed to introduce women to a variety of outdoor skills in a comfortable, non-competitive environment. The introductory-level classes help participants learn skills such as firearms and safety, canoeing and kayaking, hunting, photography, archery, fishing, and much more.

    The annual workshop is held in October at Recreation Unlimited in Ashley, about an hour north of Columbus. For a registration form, log onto the ODNR website or for more information call 1-800-WILDLIFE.
  2. They oughta start with chopping wood, raking leaves,clearing clogged storm drains, lawn mower repair etc. etc. :eek: :eek: ;)

  3. Ruminator

    Ruminator TeamOGF

    You are letting your sexist petticoat show through.:D Actually the program sounds like it will provide a lot of very good instruction for women who maybe grew up in the city, or never learned about these activities because while their brothers were; they had to chop the wood, rake the leaves, churn the butter, etc. and now would like to know more of these activities. :D ;)
  4. Hmmmmm!!!! Never thought of it like that Termi. Perhaps I should keep my my sexist petticoat tucked in my pants or at least trade it in for a thong. :eek: :eek: :D
  5. Fish2day

    Fish2day member

    I seriously wish I could get my wife to a class like that. After over 2 years of taking her perching she finally started to bait her own hook last month! I suspect a class like this would be pushing her along a bit too fast.
    :D :D :D