I'm back from spending 10 days setting up,shooting,and working at Mule Camp 2000. We had 490 folks shoot the match,and an incredible number of spectators due to the most extensive press coverage we've ever had. I worked as Asst. Range Master,covering half of the ten stages being shot. For the first time,we used permanent berm marshalls on each stage,and the stage descriptions were recorded on CDs. This led to each stage being shot consistently from posse to posse,and we had lots of positive comments on that system.
It looks like there was some fat chewin' going on around here while I was gone. Thanks to the regulars for keeping things going in my absence.