I do love being an elder instructor (read 'determined' olde man - the dangerous is long gone but not forgotten) and what I like is working with shooters to make them achieve their rifle's potential. I wrote a blog post about tiring out this fine weekend http://earl-earlsview.blogspot.com/2013/08/home-happy-but-so-tired.html
I didn't take as many pictures as I have in the past, seems like camera shy has new meaning for many and three instructors have plenty to do catching the little things to advise the shooters to work on.... only six steps in making the shot? four or five of them are all at once!
But I did catch a couple I will share here so Bob can copy it for his memory jog...
I expect, that all those that were shooting on Sunday, except Prescott and 06en, will be back to earn their Riflewoman patch, since Bob was the only male shooter left. Erin is solid, Nancie hits the targets well, although she would score better if it were always her own. Chris took notes! real notes and recorded the Dangerous Old Men stories, hope Death on a Pale horse sounds as well as it deserves, she is on the correct path for that patch, with more study of the notes, practice, practice and more dry practice - it will come together.
Holly and Mary, this isn't as critical as many things you have done in your life, relax and don't fret over the last shot that you aren't happy about. Holly has the tightest group for a Stage 1 - that I have ever scored. Now if Mary would just stop wishing that all her bullets were in the same hole, she could probably shoot them there... she might check her body orientation while building her position, I always felt she was a bit too behind her rifle on the prone, and asked her about her standing position. But, she will work it all out.
Y'all must have impressed me, since I remember your names. Very proud, humbly of course, to have assisted you in your journey on the Appleseed trail.