Amanda Lowrey of Sandpoint takes aim in her back yard on Monday, June 3, 2013. She is in competing for Extreme Huntress, a national competition for female hunters. (SR photo: Kathy Plonka)
Amanda Lowrey pulls the string of her hunting bow back and aims at a 2-foot target behind her Sandpoint home. With a sharp twang, she releases the arrow. Her aim is true; the arrow lands just centimeters from the center of the target. Lowrey, 24, is a mother, a wife and an avid hunter. The camouflage of her shirt is interrupted by bright pink snaps. A pair of sparkling silver antlers hangs from her necklace. Her manicured hands clutch the PSE Baby G hunting bow, which shoots arrows at 280 feet per second. Now, Lowrey is facing nine other women across the country for the title of Extreme Huntress, a competition that pits female hunters against each other for a spot on national television. The contest is intended to encourage more women to hunt and continue the tradition of hunting through generations/Kaitlin Gillespie, SR. More here.
Question (to the woman of Huckleberries Online): Do you hunt?