We were able to help Uncle Frank and Granna save the Train, protect the Mercantile, take care of the Bank robbers and run off the Outlaws so Uncle Frank could get a bath (and none too soon) at the Barber Shop.
El Camino wrote some fun, fast stages and we all managed to survive the heat. Due to the expected heat a vote was held at the Safety Meeting and only 4 stages were shot. I was 1 of the losing voters.
Tuff Stuff was The Top Gun of the day, followed by Randy Saint Eagle, Graver Bill, Buck D. Law and Ben T. Iron rounded out the top 5. Wild Jill Hickock was the Top Gun Lady, impressive after only 4 or 5 matches.
As you can see by the pictures, Alabama also offers a Wild Bunch Category.
Thanks to everyone for their hospitality and making us feel at home, we usually try to make it to a few matches a year and always have a good time.
I'd also like to thank Duck Rivers daughter, Katrina, for taking most of these pictures for me.
I'd also like to invite everyone to the Wartrace Regulators August Main Match next Saturday
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