It was exciting before we arrived at the building. Just outside the parking lot people gather selling hunting dog puppies: pointers, retrievers, and such. They were adorable.
First we had lunch. The cafeteria there has a number of game meats on the menu. My smoked elk and Swiss on rye sandwich was great. It turns out that smoked elk tastes a bit like pastrami. (the wild boar that soundsFun had tasted a bit like really good ham)
We wandered around the camping supplies. I was delighted to find an electric fly swatter.
The rifle and ammunition department was amazing.
The historic gun room, called the gun library, was like a museum, but with the exhibits for sale.
The duck blinds section gave me ideas about better viewing of the Fremont Solstice Day Parade.
The camouflage clothing section was delightful, with all sorts of different styles of camouflage. It included full-body camouflage for toddlers. I can't imagine why an invisible toddler solves any problems.
It was fun to play hide-and-seek in the ghillie suit section.
Then we got to the hunting dog radio shock collars. They had a giant selection.
He helped me select the dogtra model that fits my needs. I found that the dogtra remote fit my hand best. We discussed my stubborn, but fast, greyhound. He suggested a radio collar with a 1mile range.
I had to mount one of the hunting vehicles.
We packed up and checked out and headed home.