Good morning, it is Friday.
In less than a week I will be taking Hansen to Redding California for a National Archery Tournament. His equipment is all ready and so is he. There were just a few pieces of equipment that we don't own that we really should for this sport. The inexpensive one is a little tiny chair rather than just a quiver to hold arrows/tools/snack and provide a place to sit. Mine should arrive today. The other is a pair of Binoculars. Since taking up this sport, I've learned a lot about a lot of thing, binoculars being one of them. While I've thought the equipment is generally expensive, I didn't even look at binoculars for just this reason. You can hear folks all over the range talking about their $2000.00 binoculars. That seems a bit steep for my wallet, so I started to do some research. A pair at 10% of that cost should be fine for what I will use them for, which is sighting targets and spotting where the arrow is on the target from 30 to 100 yards. Then just as I was about to purchase a decent pair, Maren found a great "lightning deal" at amazon, and I clicked the "buy" button.
While shopping, I couldn't pass up in this case for my phone:
See you tomorrow.