Monday, September 27, 2010
Saturday was a perfect day, for a few reasons...one, the weather was beautiful, two, I shot some skeet, and three, we did some caching.
We started the morning off with some breakfast at our favorite local cafe, we go to Kristinas every weekend. It is the place where everybody knows your name, and the cooks come out to say hi to us every time. We love living in a small town.
After breakfast we headed to Oshkosh to shoot a few rounds of skeet at the gun club we are members at. I am pretty new to skeet shooting, I shot my first round in June. I have not shot a 25 yet, but I do have a 24, and shot 17,19 & a 23 on Saturday. I absolutely love skeet shooting, it is such a challenge, and every shot poses a different challenge.
After the skeet range we headed out to do some caching. Our first few caches were DNF's, we are sure the caches were missing. They were caches along a "rails to trails" abandoned railroad bed. It seems the DNR did some major tree trimming because GZ for the first two caches was completely leveled, and the took down some pretty substantially large trees.
After the two missed caches we were able to find 7 caches. A few nice walks, and few cemeteries, and a couple nice multi caches.