Hey Sagebrush Steve! Thanks for joinin' us! To start with, what's your favorite Outlaw activity (or activities)?
I do leatherwork, from belts and bags to fancy wallhangin' stuff. I have won some ribbons in international leather competitions.
I enjoy outdoor cooking, especially the art of the black pot (Dutch Oven).I'm fond of takin' a canoe down the calm, spring fed river and through the whitewater.
I shoot archery, and won a tournament in college.
I am preparing to restore a 1952 GMC Carryall (Suburban) that my son gave me.
I have been involved in Boy Scouts for literally half my life, am an Eagle Scout, and have been a Scoutmaster and Eagle Mentor for over a dozen Eagle Scouts.
Your favorite Outlaw scent is Blazing Saddles. Why's that your favorite?
The smell of saddle leather brings back the memory of every ride I never want to forget, while Sandalwood and Sagebrush remind me how the trail warms up and comes alive with new smells and sounds. Gunpowder and holster leather are the smells of friendly competition at the range, hours of fun with like-minded friends.
These are the smells of the outlaw.
We're outlaws because we live life on our own terms. We get things done. We make non-outlaws envy us. But if you're cut of different cloth, and you ride your own trail, you might be outlaw material. You might be ready for the sexiest scent anyone can wear.
In general, what do you love best about Outlaw? We're always anglin' for compliments.
What's not to love? The distinctive scents. The quirky marketing. The ethical standards. The appeal of a small American business that cares for it's customers. The feeling like we are more than customers, we've joined a family. Sorry, didn't mean to get sappy, I'm just so glad to be an outlaw.
Thanks so much for being part of the gang, Sagebrush Steve!
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As always, thanks for being in our little gang!