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Rainy Shoot for the Regionals.

Sunday, June 09, 2013

Went to the Bullseye Pistol Regionals with my husband this morning. Chilly and rainy, but it did stop raining for part of the event. I was bundled up with a T shirt, another long sleeve shirt, a fleece vest and a fleece jacket on top of that. I sat behind his shooting position and watched with binoculars. I had a fleece throw over my legs which felt really nice too. It was chilly enough that we could see our breath.

Before the match I took our umbrella and went for a walk around the grounds and checked out the other ranges. Then each time walked down to the targets with him to watch the scoring.
So I got in some nice walking too. They were shooting at 50 and 25 yards and we went down to score after every 10 shots. With 90 shots, that was 9 trips, plus my walk.

Was good on my eating, Breakfast at Burger King and lunch at Subway with a fellow shooter.
My mistake though was eating the cookie my husband shared with me from his meal. Through my fat for the day way up. But everything else is good.

Still raining for most of the day, but now that we are watching a movie the sun has appeared.
Hopefully it will be nice on Monday evening for F Class league. We bought the DVD "Cloud Atlas". Very different movie.
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  • v RAINBOWMF
    Enjoy every minute of your relax time, you deserve it.

    Mary
    1114 days ago
  • v LESLIELENORE
    We actually had sun today! How did he do at Regionals?
    1114 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/10/2013 12:01:26 AM
  • v DR1939
    Those subway cookie are diet-killers, even half of one. It was rainy and cool here all day. The temperature is rising now and it is a little warmed, but it is quite windy. Ah, June in MN!
    1114 days ago
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