In the 60's. Temperature dropping and winds picking up when we departed.
Two fields in use when we arrived. One a full squad and on the other a person using a clay delay. Other then that we had the place to ourselves. When we departed, the only shooters.
Shooters responsible for opening and closing fields to include loading machines, removing boxes, and picking up spent hulls. If no one wants to use the field when your done, you do all the above. Last person out also locks the entrance gate.
Members pay $5 a round. Non-members $7.
Tough place to shoot in the early morning this time of year. Sun right in your eyes on the early stations, with high #1 being the worst. If shooting registered and on the first rotation, hope for a cloudy start to the day.
Most of the fields have entrance doors to the backside of the building. Since the last time I visited, sheets of plywood installed (and painted), to shield those needing access from view of shooters on adjacent fields.
Local parachute club. I find it not distracting unless on station #8 high and calling for the bird and they dump air out of there chute and start dropping like a stone. I'm sure there are shooters that concentrate so fiercely and not a bother. I'm not one of them.