"Not at all," Robin agreed, glancing at Marian with a smile before looking back to Booth. Discussing archery was never a chore; and although he would not admit it out loud, he did rather enjoy the fame of his legend that existed in this time. Granted, it was also very humbling, as he had said; but the way he saw it, he may as well embrace his notoriety, since it was hardly going away.
Perhaps the gang was right, and he was a bit vain. Well, there were worse things, he supposed.
Straightening and picking up his bow, he held it out to Booth with a quirk of his eyebrows. "I think you were interested in seeing this," he said with a grin. He wondered if Booth had been expecting a longbow, rather than the recurve bow; one of the things that had surprised him in the various versions of their story was that his use of the Saracen weapon had apparently been lost to time.