Last Friday was a gorgeous day so we went for a drive to do a mother/son activity for a couple of hours. It was something that JJ had been wanting to do for sometime.
That’s right – archery.
It’s a great spot near Clarendon called Archery Park and after getting the right bow for your height and strength, you’re shown how to use it on a target 10m away. There’s a few things to remember but it didn’t take us too long before we were let loose to go and do our shooting course.
I chose to do 14 targets where you can shoot from 10 or 20m away with three arrows for each target.
It was fun. We both enjoyed it and you can see the look of concentration on his face as he goes for the target and gets yet another bulls-eye. According to him he got about ten.
We had to go searching for some arrows that missed the target but managed to find them all, otherwise there’s a fee to pay for lost or broken arrows.
It was fun to get out the house in the beautiful autumn weather we’re having.
We finished it off at the nearby Clarendon pub out the front eating lunch together.
David Gardiner says
Can’t go past the Clarendon Bakery.. hmmmmm.. yum 🙂
I probably would have had lunch from there, but wanted to sit down with a view and a cold beer, so the pub it was. I am a huge fan of country bakeries.