I saw some horse trailers heading towards the riding arena and thought they might be doing some shooting, so I went and took some pictures
For the last couple of nights I thought that I could hear some scurrying and scratching sounds in the Arctic Fox but I couldn't tell if they were coming from outside or from the inside, but this morning the evidence was irrefutable, I have a mouse.
The last time I had mice I thought that I had fixed everyplace they could get into the Arctic Fox but apparently I didn't. So now I not only have mice, but I have an opening somewhere that they can come in whenever they feel like it.
I've still got traps left over from the last time I had this problem so I can get rid of the annoying varmints that I've got now, it's how they're getting in that's the big problem. I spent half the day laying under the trailer before looking for ways mice could get in and it looks like I'll be doing that again. Oh well, you don't know how good your life is in less something bad happens every now and then.
It's called cowboy mounted shooting and is pretty popular among the folks that like horses and guns.
This wasn't an event or anything, these folks were just practicing and having fun
They shoot balloons with Cartridges that have very little black powder and a little bit of metal powder in them so it only goes for a few feet, so it's very safe.
They shoot at more than six targets so they need two guns.