Monday, February 17, 2014

2014 SEWE Sunday - Sporting Village

Chris Johnston with Braeval shows Jay Cantrell
the new gentleman's leather jacket
Bart Key and me with oystaflage brush pants
The final day at the 2014 Southeastern Wildlife Expo was sunny and warm and patrons flocked to Brittlebank Park for fun and fellowship. The Sporting Village tent is home to outfitters, guide services and top notch destinations and offers something for everyone. For example, kids were enthralled to see the life size bear mount inside the tent, and plenty of folks purchased turkey calls and duck calls and began to sound off in a raucous cacophony of sounds. Word of mouth from many vendors put SEWE at the top of their list for attendance, with other shows not able to deliver this same clientele. Brittlebank Park has also become transformed during SEWE by the power of the Dock Dogs jumping competition, because everyone brings their dog with them in what has to be one of the most canine friendly events in the Lowcountry! Clark Coker brought his dog to jump for fun in the amateur tank, while others registered and waited in line to enter their dogs in the long jump competition. Many splashes from dogs entering the water at a frenetic pace motivated the crowd to cheer and applaud, and the 2014 edition of SEWE closed around 5 p.m. with next year's dates already set for February 13 - 15, 2015.

To view past blog entries from SEWE Sunday click 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 or 2009.
Kyle Ziegler and DuBarry boots crew

Carolina Kettles will keep you warm!

Duck Guide service from North Carolina

Safaris with Shaun (on right)

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