Lots to report this weekend.
On Saturday morning, I shot my first sporting clays competition. There were a few things I didn’t realize before hand. Like that all stations would be at the much harder North Course. And that all shots are doubles. I probably should have done my homework and been aware of these nerves-inducing subtleties in advance, but where’s the fun in that. The bad news is that I shot horribly. The better news is that I still got third in my division. The facts are that I need to practice more and differently. I think I’m going to shoot the tournament at Rio Brazos next weekend. I’d never heard of Rio Brazos before, and I’m not too keen on hunting preserves, but it’s close to Houston, and there aren’t all that many local sporting clays tournaments to choose from.
This afternoon, Cassidy and I went shooting together. She did really well, knocking a bunch of clays down- with her .410. I’m not sure how many I could hit with that small pattern. The only camera I had with me was my iPhone. She hit a bunch of clays, but this is the only shot I got on film.
(Backstroke heat (win), freestyle heat (win), 4×4 relay (backstroke)
and butterfly heat (blue Rice swimcap)).
Raina and Delaney had to leave before 7:00 for the swim meet and Cassidy spent the night at a friend’s house, so Luke and I got up this morning and went for a dude’s breakfast of bacon, eggs and grits. Then we watched some Little Bear and chilled out on the couch.
My kids rock.