So I'm thinking, it's killin' time.
My target is a fat bag of stuffing hanging from a target 30 yards away. The mosquitoes this year were hell spawned micro-demons from the third plane of torment, the annoying eternity, so I didn't get to practice like I should have. Should I go out and risk some horrible bug born disease with only a thin, invisible shield to somehow protect me? Assuming this thin shield isn't a placebo or worse, its poisons seep into my pours and turn my blood to toxic soup just so I can riddle my target with my new carbon fiber shafts of death.
Well, when you put it that way, maybe I should have gone out there, but what happened was this. I was lured back into the house my World of Warcraft.
Sorry, but there you have it.
So I went out today to take advantage of the niceness of the weather and confront the arrow netting that is looking a little ragged. I can get some pvc tubing and support that from a cable to the trees and let the netting hang from that.
Sounds like todays plan.
I go out to measure what I'm going to need only to notice that a tree had given up the roots and has fallen onto another tree. Only a few branches, thinner than my wrist, keeps this sad tree from going horizontal. In the azimuth of this triangle, tree, tree, earth, is my arrow netting.
I can bust out the chain saw and start cutting, but first I have to take down the cable that holds up the netting. I'll need a ladder and some wrenches to do that. Then I can start cutting the tree which is in a rather precarious spot. I might kick back and hit me on the way down. Very dangerous.
Or I can wait for it to fall, snap the cable, drop the netting and deal with it in the spring.
I can still shoot, assuming I get up before noon which never happens if I have anything to say about it.
So, who's up for runnin' a WOW instance?