Welcome to the new Sole Adventure!
Last week was the first time in the history of this site that I didn’t post anything new. I spent that week traveling for business, but more importantly I spent it wrapping up this new design that you are seeing now. I still have some tweaks to make, but it is just about complete. I hope you all like it!
If you see anything that isn’t looking right on your end, please let me know by sending me a message, or leaving a comment below. Speaking of comments…you will be happy to know that I have implemented a new commenting system for the site. There are no more crazy anti-spam characters to enter, and you can now optionally login via Facebook or Twitter.
Good or bad, I appreciate all of your feedback!
I originally started this site as a way for me to journal all of my outdoor adventures. Yes, that included bowhunting, but it also included many other outdoors activities. In fact, my original tagline was, “An outdoor journal of bowhunting, photography, and everything outdoors.” Over time I have come to realize two things. 1) Every day that passes I find that I am more and more passionate about bowhunting, and 2) My readership is primarily bowhunters. I still love hiking, fishing, camping, etc., but my true passion is definitely bowhunting. With the launch of this new design I have decided to change my tagline to…
“A blog for the passionate bowhunter.”
My goal for this site is to inform and inspire passionate bowhunters of all types. To say that I want to “inform and inspire” readers is a pretty daunting task, and quite honestly it can sound a bit presumptuous. I don’t, by any means, think that I am inspirational or an end-all source of bowhunting knowledge. In fact, quite the contrary is true. My goal is to inform and inspire because I am on an adventure to be informed and be inspired.
Any bowhunter that is honest will readily admit that they are on a journey of continuous growth and change. We are constantly learning new things, and often discovering that what we thought we knew may not always be true.
I am on a constant quest to know more about hunting techniques, wildlife behavior, conservation, outdoors skills, and developments in archery equipment. I hope you will join me in that adventure!