And so it came to pass that our October Interclub event ran over the weekend and was enjoyed by all. With near perfect weather and a lot of pre-event organisation our little event went off without a hitch.
Day one (Saturday) saw the ABA round shot over both courses with the 3 arrow round being shot in the western section followed by the 1 arrow through the slightly cooler (read shady) side of our grounds. Thanks to Lionel, Jeff, Remus and some helpful natural obstacles the western side made for some interesting shots through windows of vegetation removing some of the boring shots that open flat country can give you. The one arrow was shot over the eastern side and is always challenging in the afternoon as the dappled shade can play some serious havoc with range estimation making it more challenging. If one was to discount the usual grumpling about scores I think everybody quite enjoyed the challenges we tried to put forth.
Day two (Sunday) saw a few hangovers at breakfast over bacon and egg rolls and coffee before the muster and bow check. Of particular hangover hall of fame was the club VP who the night before had left our campfire as he had a bucks party to attend. After breakfast saw the usual people going out and setting up the targets, this time being the 3D kind on the new 3D course laid out by Bonnie and her helpers.
Shooting final results and stuff to follow but until I get them to post lets just say I am pretty sure everybody had a great weekend.