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Vicki’s Blog – England

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on November 9, 2013

Vicki’s Blog—EnglandComing home from 12 days in England. Wow did we have fun. We came into London after a 10 hour overnight flight and were met at the airport by our good friend Chris Potter and went to a hotel in Tunbridge Wells, Kent then to his shop. The next day we rode the train to London to a hotel in downtown London. We thought we would see the sites and the first way to do that is to get on The Big Red Bus and ... Read more…

St. Louis

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on October 30, 2013

Two great days in St. Louis with some repeat offenders but a lot of new faces too. We also had a writer from SCI to cover the school and to learn to shoot so be looking for an article about all the good things he learned.About half of the class were hunters and half were a little more competitive but all need not only the basics but a firm understanding of where their eyes should be to be a successful shotgunnner.As I ... Read more…

South Carolina

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on October 27, 2013

We had another great weekend at The Clinton House in South Carolina. This is our 3rd year to go to Clinton, SC and each year has been better than the year before. Mike Johnson who runs the place has done a great job in improving the courses as he has gone from 2 courses last year to 3 courses this year. With the wide variety of targets this is a great place to teach and for our students to learn.Each day we began with ... Read more…

Lessons from LeHigh Valley

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on September 24, 2013

We had a great trip to LeHigh Valley in PA., for those of you who haven’t been there, it is at an old limestone quarry with target presentations like you haven’t seen. You will have targets coming out of buildings and over the top of smokestacks. The terrain is very hilly with targets under your feet which always creates a visual issue. As a teaching facility it is great as there are an abundance of different targets—a... Read more…

Wingshooting Argentina

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on September 24, 2013

What a great time we had in Argentina in August. We have this figured out when to go. In August when it is hot as you know what here in Houston, lets go to Argentina where it is winter. Their winter is very similar to ours, meaning it is not too cold-a light jacket in the morning and layer up for the rest of the day. We also like to go in late January or early February when it could get cold in Houston and it is spring... Read more…