Women of Weatherby Blog

05Oct 2016
05Oct 2016

Weatherby Road Trip

3 Comments| Posted in Women of Weatherby By Brenda Weatherby

The family road trip has been planned for over a year now and with each month the anticipation grew. We would leave from Paso Robles, CA and make our way through a number of stops: The Grand Canyon in Arizona to river raft; Moab in Utah to off road and mountain bike; Kessler Canyon in Colorado to bird hunt and fly fish and T55 in Wyoming to hunt antelope and mule deer. Honestly, the school year beginning has left me ragged with all of the events to fit in my schedule. The kids too were exhaus...

21Sep 2016
21Sep 2016

Through my involvement as a Team Weatherby member, I’ve been privy to many opportunities that have been extraordinary. One of which, I was able to spend some time at the factory and work for Weatherby for the day!

This whole experience started with me telling Brenda that while I was staying in town for a few days, I would like to go to the factory and work. I really wanted to give back in a tangible way. I was ecstatic when her excitement matched mine and we immediately began planning my day at...

14Sep 2016
14Sep 2016

I consider myself extremely fortunate to be able to experience an African Safari with five other women dubbed “Safari Sisters” by the trip’s organizer Wayne van Zwoll of High Country Adventures for Women. I feel so cliché when I write about my hunting trips, because the big take away isn’t ever about the animals harvested, it is always about the experience and accomplishment of the physical hunt, and nearly never about the actual shot. This experience was incredible, ten days of waking up to c...

07Sep 2016
07Sep 2016

Safari Sisters

Comments| Posted in Women of Weatherby By Brenda Weatherby

It was 6 women in Namibia in search of African plains game and the time of their lives. The only men were the professional hunters, the trackers and the photographers. Yes, I am serious! The women held the rifles and not just any, but the Vanguard Camilla in .308 WIN. The game was plentiful, but challenging to get close range. We had sighted our rifles in at 200 yards but ended up taking some long shots successfully. We had practiced standing shots with sticks, hoping that we’d have the ch...

31Aug 2016
31Aug 2016

The first week of June, I was off to beautiful Montana, exploring the solitude of the mountains. Along with our guides from Mossback Outfitters, Willie was our local escort. The wild flowers were stunning and the grassland expansive. The bears were plentiful and watching them was amazing to behold. They emerged from the tree line near the cliffs to turn over rocks looking for grubs. What leisure lives they lived (at least in the summertime). If they were startled, they would find solace on...

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