A well run trap shoot at Club L'Acadie last weekend. Four fields, 25 targets per field. Shot Saturday and Sunday. Rained a bit Saturday and on the windy side on Sunday.
I video taped 99% of the award presentations (at the end of the video). Be warned they are in French. However, even if you don't speak French you can see all are having a good time.
This Saturday we're attending a registered one day skeet shoot at the Underhill club in Vermont. Just shooting the 28 gauge event. The second event is .410, but haven't shot .410 in six or seven months.
$30 per event, to include shoot fees.
I know two people just getting over shingles, one a sporting clays shooter. In the last few years I know or know of at least a dozen people who came down with them. They can be very painful...
Tuesday we went in and received are shingles immunizations. We had to make an appointment, but only had to wait a few weeks.
Not 100% effective, but are suppose to reduce the severity if you do get them.
When I was at L'Acadie (just outside of Montreal) the manager told me they are going with five machines in one of the bunkers. The club already offers bunker (15 machines), but are going to offer a new game.
I was told they are just waiting on a controller to arrive. I think it's coming in from Europe, but may be mistaken.
When they get it running I'll post a video.
XP Total Security 2012.
My neighbor somehow got a fake anti-malware application on there computer. They are running Norton's but it did not catch it.
It has several names, XP Total Security 2012 being one of them.
"The program uses intentional false positives to convince users that their systems have been compromised. Then they try to sell you their software, claiming it will remove these threats. In extreme cases the false threats are actually the very trojans that advertise or even directly install the rogue. You are strongly advised to follow our removal instructions below."
You will know it if you get it as it starts popping up as soon as you boot up your computer and never stops.
They had the same time of virus on there computer several months back and Best Buy Geek Squad charged $150 for removal.
I did some research via Google and found that the free version of "Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware" would remove the virus.
The program was a simple install, offered the paid version that was declined, ran for over 30 minutes and after a reboot the virus was gone.