This was a very tough Appleseed, only the wind needed to calm down. Well, I do have to admit I learned a lot.
The shooters kept me so busy that I forgot to take some pictures while I walked the line coaching on a steady hold factor or on a technique in follow through. I hope that by the second day many of the six steps were becoming habitual. Dry practice will save you lots of money and get you best prepared for going to the range and shooting.
The sweetest phrase I heard from a shooter was one that kept telling me, as he proudly displayed his target, is that it was 'true' what I had been trying to instruct. Of course, all the instructors know it is true, but when the shooters find it out, that makes all our efforts worthy. I do hope you will read more about the American Revolution, books recommended are found on the forum. I did write a blog post about my very long Saturday.http://earl-earlsview.blogspot.com/2016/08/you-looked-and-signed-up-to-help.html
My two pictures are on that post, hoping you will share yours.
See everyone at another Appleseed where I might be able to stick around working both days.