Reply To: Bev Maahs & Wolfy

Alana McGee

Thank you for showing us what is typical forest near you. Neither of these would be appropriate for early stages of training as they are far too dense. It is, however, good to know what your local areas look like and these locations may be suitable for advanced stages of training (levels 2 and 3).

We would love to see some of the training areas you have selected for early stages of training. As part of your Lesson 2 assignment:
-Please send us up to 5 pictures of 3 sites you have chosen that may be used in early stages of your training that may present environmental challenges. Take a look at these locations. If it was morning, raining, and the wind was blowing from the (work with us here!) left side of your picture, how would you approach finding a target located in the left 1/3rd of that photo?
-What if it was early fall, hot out (say 72 F or 20 C), late afternoon, how would you approach the same scenario with a target on the left, with the wind coming from the left.