Sunday, May 08, 2016

Cabin Fever Open Sporting Clays @ Underhill

Underhill Rod & Gun Club, Westford, Vermont

Sunny. The temp hit 72 degrees.  On and off wind, especially towards the end of the day, but didn't seem to effect the targets, except on a few stations.

Shotgun start.  Five fields, three stations on each, various number of machines.

Everyone seemed to be in good humor.

Not a good start.  A rather depressive experience on the first field picking up target presentations. I left the first station with two unfired shells and when I did shoot it was just poking at the target as no time to aim.  Not good and can't remember ever walking off a stand with unfired shells.  Hope the eyes aren't starting to fail.

Unfortunate, as for the most part I enjoyed the rest of the course, seeing targets clearly.

I don't know the cause, but the third rotation had a late start.  I was schedule to shoot at 1pm, but not even close.  Ended up getting off the course at 4:30pm.

A lunch was available for $7.

The ladies working the desk and kitchen did a great job.

A half dozen shooters from Quebec attended the shoot.


The club in the past has not had a permeant sporting clays course.  Only setting it up two or three times a year. This year during the warm weather months (weather permitting) sporting clays will be shot each Tuesday from noon-5pm.  Non-members more then welcomed.

I switched the photo program that I've used in the past to one that makes viewing photos on a mobile device more user friendly.

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