The Lord knows I love Appleseeds and the people that come to shoot and honor the Heritage, and especially appreciate the efforts of the crew and host range. When I looked up and found four not registered returning for a second day, and two of them paid hard money, I was moved and wish I knew how to bottle what made them get up and come on back for more. We covered a refresher of everything, had sixteen total shooters, had a Mosin moment in the afternoon after Known Distance (out just to the edge of that large lake out there). Three of our four young patriots kept working at their marksmanship, but it is so hard to slow Jason down enough for any kind of a pause - even respiratory, although I think he knows that the first step is now Sight Alignment. Real improved performance from the first day all around, homework given and I expect since I sent them off with targets, t-shirts and budding talent, the RWVA will be seeing them in the future, take good care of them - Wheeler44 stirred and shook them up with a benediction that was worthy of mention. Two more Riflemen made, hoping they will spread the word since they have control of the six steps and need the challenge of the seventh. Several interested, and introduced to the Shoot Boss, Instructor shooters from the NRA and Douglas Ridge Rifle Club (like I was important enough to be introduced to - love the attention to the program, but it isn't Earl - it was Fred's idea, see him). New, first time Line Boss, carefully coached by Earl (okay, I was pouncing on his every move - picking on him), he was getting pretty good by the end of the afternoon. Like marksmanship - the crew continues to persevere and make it a pleasure to be with them as they Scramble for my SB hat (which was left at Del Rios in Stevenson).