As a child participant in basketball, soccer, and volleyball, I am familiar with the league. When I sought out leagues for children, I kept running into JOAD (Junior Olympic Archery Development). I was familiar with Junior Olympics in volleyball, but it was something that happened after years of league play. I didn’t think we were ready for that, despite how heady the daydreams of her shooting in the Olympics sounds. I couldn’t crack the code of JOAD at No Limits, so I checked out Bear Creek Archery. I signed her up for the next session and in turn received the first checklist. She would need a quiver. At No Limits, topless street cones held your spare arrows. I really thought the quiver was something quaint from Robin Hood. She would need arrows and a finger tab. I was busy getting it all ready.