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PUBLISHER BRIAN WARREN We want to hear from you I have been putting off writing this column,


and now it’s two days before I ship the final proofs for printing. I have a million things I would like to write


about: for instance, the unbelievable summer we experienced weather-wise, the thrill of owning a motorcycle again and doing the Ride for Dad, and the Ride for Dad Canada tour from Ottawa to Barrie. There was a launch party for Bounder at Loch March Golf and Country Club and a launch for DAWG FM. There were the Cruise Nights. There was Italian week. There was a week of trout fishing at Loon Lodge in Temagami, numerous barbecues and a pig roast; a few golf tournaments, and a few rounds of golf. It seemed there was something going on all summer. But the biggest thrill I had all summer was


the positive feedback I received for Bounder Magazine. So I was driving back yesterday from the


hunt camp after spending two days with the gang clearing trails, cutting and splitting wood. It’s almost a tradition for some of us to head up to Calabogie to do this work and get everything ready for deer hunting. I did some general repairs, re- roofed the verandah and re-built half the deck. (Tall guys are not made for roofing. My knees still hurt.) Over steaks and wine and beer (and a little


salad), conversation went from ATV runs; hunting ducks, deer and moose; the latest trucks; a possible purchase of a Yamaha Side by Side; and a possible trip to the States on our bikes next year. I feel lucky to live in this area of Canada. I can


drive 15 minutes to see a Sens game, 20 minutes to downtown Ottawa, or 10 minutes to the country. I can dine at fine restaurants like Cabottos, or chow down on a fabulous and inexpensive breakfast at the Dixie Lee in Eganville. We have great fishing


all around us. I am part of a great hunt camp, and I have a trailer on waterfront. I have a four-wheeler and a motorcycle, and both get used. Yup. Lots of interests, lots of opportunities,


lots of fun, same as so many readers of Bounder. I realized driving home yesterday that I had


probably found two or three potential stories for upcoming issues, simply by spending a couple of days with a group of guys that share a common passion for hunting and fishing. But they also have interests other than mine. There are hundreds of story ideas running


through my head: too many to publish in one magazine. I need to get feedback from as many men as possible so Bounder can represent a wide variety of interests. So we’re planning three issues for 2011:


Spring, Summer, and Fall/Winter. Eventually we may go quarterly. To do this we need your input. Adding mags means adding new editorial. I would like to welcome Jeff Morrison, the


Outdoors Guy, to our editorial lineup. You can hear him every Fall on Chez 106 doing his moose calls, and you can read his blogs at ottawasun .com. Whether you’re out driving your car, truck,


SUV, four-wheeler, snowmobile or whatever, please be careful. Remember: for every mile of road there are two miles of ditch. See you next issue. In the meantime,


don’t hesitate to send in your suggestions at boundermag@gmail.com. We welcome all your thoughts and ideas -- positive or negative.


P.S. Special thanks to Melanie at Rockland


Wheels. She came through when no other bike dealer could and got me replacement buckles for my saddlebags that were stolen on the ride for dad when we stayed in Kingston.


Special thanks to our Editorial Advisory Board. Their input was invaluable.


AL JONES • DAN CHAMPAGNE • GORDON KEITH • ART STEVENS • GIUSEPPI CASTRUCCI • ROB MCGRUER • DAVE BROWN • PAUL PATTERSON • MARK PAPOUSEK • DAVE WOOLLEY • GARY PERRIN • VINCE PUCCI • MARK VERMEER • FRANK NIEWKOOP • GREG HENDERSON • ANNE ROSS • ROGER DOOL • ROSS DUTTON • MOE SAUNDERS • TIM BROWN • GLENN WARREN • DARRELL LINES • JOHN SWITZER • TODD LANGILLE • DAVE READY • BILL MACPHERSON • ROCH LALONDE • JEFF MCMASTER


4 BOUNDER MAGAZINE www.bounder.ca


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