No, they were not hunting quality. My son is only eight and we live in an urban area (as far as Alaska goes). The bow was 20-25 lb draw weight an it turned out that he can't even draw it! Oops! He seems really interested though, contents himself with throwing arrows javelin style for now.
In other skills, made a (storebought) goose for Christmas dinner, made stock out of the bones (I really need to learn how to clean a carcass better) and frose the stock in ice cube trays so measuring for future recipes is easier. Also did the rest of the bottle of wine I needed for the recipie up like that too. We're not big drinkers (tho I do love me some single malt or a Guinness) but I have quite a few recipes that call for wine, usually I substitute 100% cranberry juice. Signed up for America's test kitchen's online cooking school, I'll let you know how that goes.
Today I went down the hill and cut up some of the trees downed by the big windstorm (would have classified as a hurricane back east, here we just call it "another day in alaska") we had a few months back. I'm trying to make it into a "hugle-ie swale-ish thing" for erosion control and soil building. The trees were torn from the ground because are topsoil is very shallow, not even an inch and you're down to gravel left by retreating glacier. This summer ill dump grass clippings and garden waste (and horse manure if a friend of a friend is willing!)on the logs to help em rot. My father in law was doing kinda the same thing before, I'm just taking it to the level of putting them on contour and making it food producing. I'm getting some of his raspberry runners to put in there this summer. I am also gathering lupine seeds to spread for a leguminous chop and drop crop.