April Continues

Last Saturday was a buzz of activity in Merritt, B.C. Othmar Vohringer was giving his master hunting class for Whitetail deer at the Civic Center and it was well attended by people from Vancouver to Salmon Arm. I did some video recording of the event as well. Despite knowing a lot of the material I still learned new things about hunting. This event was in support of the Nicola Valley Fish and Game Club's new range renovations.
That weekend was also a free hazardous materials round-up day. The crew were busy sorting out all kinds of noxious and generally unsavory chemical products. The oddest thing that came in was a jar full of aquatic animal specimens preserved in formaldehyde.
On a totally different note, the quilters of Merritt were also at the Civic Center piecing squares (is that how it's put?)I was quite impressed with the quilting scene which I knew was always big in Merritt...it was interesting to see the layouts, materials, tools and machines they use to put these fabric arts together.

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