Nowhere Archery


Greetings from Nowhere Archery.                                                                                      Winter’s arrow has left the archer’s thumbstall, racing uprange from the near to the far mark of Solstice.  Their good child Spring will play in the wake & swell of green meadows, to melodies ancient and ever new.
Welcome to Nowhere Archery.  Tour the site for some perspective regarding our approach to the art, then check out the calendar for upcoming courses.  If you’re new to the art, you can be confident that we’ll have a bow strung for you.  Our next Beginner’s Course will start Sunday afternoon, March 12.  If your advancing in the art, consider attending a special clinic on Balance and Form on Saturday morning, February 25.  See the calendar for class times and call or email us, and we’ll reserve a place on the range for you.
Jonathan and I hope to see you here soon.

newscanWe’re looking forward to meeting new archers and advancing our project in a broader spectrum of options.  Advancing students can expect new adventures on range and off, with a planned field trip or two.  You’re invited to share your personal encounters with the art, and perhaps offer some ‘riddlespeak’ as a challenge to hone our Aim.  ‘The story will unfold between anchor point and mark.’
Thanks are due to our young friends at Double Helix School, who’ve offered time and a range there to share with them the mystique of archery.

If you’re just learning of us and would like to visit, we encourage it.  Contact us to arrange a time.  If you have any questions not addressed by our site, please do not hesitate to call or email; we’re always ready to field questions concerning our work here.


Steven and Jonathan


Another day hunting the metaphorical Hart…



*Note the fine form…

The wings indicate the archer’s secret of Rhythm.


3 Responses to Nowhere Archery

  1. abramblett says:

    Love love love! And really, don’t stink up the place.

  2. Ahhh, reality put to pen. I am blessed to have witnessed this amazing Spring with you all! I have truly enjoyed being your learner. Deep bow of gratitude to the Hunnicutt family for having so lovingly preserved the land and to you both for sharing your gifts and continuing the stewardship!

  3. Bill Scurry says:

    An amazing experience

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