Seven Hills is an outdoor archery club outside Bushnell, Illinois, with monthly shoots open to the public. I stumbled across them during my winter indoor league and gave it a try on opening weekend in April. A range finder is a must as you travel a 30-target course, varying in elevation, terrain, and species to shoot. My personal favorite is a bear, suspended on a track, that swings at you as you shoot, but the over-the-creek shot at stop #30 is pretty sweet, too. My nemesis is the badger, usually at stop #9--that little jerk's 10-ring is the size of a penny.
We could not have asked for a better day, with birds chirping and the sun shining just enough to be beautiful without sweating. Sammy kept score (and kept me honest) through the course and even took a few photos. Her favorite part is the Dairy Queen stop at the end, but after shooting a 209, I was pretty happy as well. The only fly in the ointment was my fickle rangefinder, which works about 40% of the time on a good day. Thank goodness I have Amazon Prime--someone just ordered herself a new Bushnell as a graduation gift.