This month I signed up for a 30-day blogging challenge. First off, in an effort to get into the habit for using this blog more frequently, I thought this would be a great way to do so.
Second, with the “Safer at Home” in Wisconsin and many other states, and a future that seems a bit uncertain, I felt it might be a good time to talk about issues of the outdoors, and to give people something to read.
So, as we go through this month, I have no idea what the prompts will be for each day. I also have no idea how the prompts I will be given will relate to this particular blog. But no matter what the month brings, in prompts or in life, I intend to see everyone here, on this blog.
As we sit and start the month of April, many things are uncertain, obviously. One of those things is the tournament season itself. While we have not been told we cannnot hold our tournaments, we do all understand we cannot have more than 10 people in any one place and we need to stay at least 6 feet apart. I, and other tournament directors, have made plans to make that happen.
We are just hoping this will all lift before we have to go through more than our first tournament with these regulations in place. While that does not look super-likely, it seems like less is known rather than more, about what is actually happening in the world.
Thank you for starting this 30-day journey with me (and yes, I am starting a day late, so I will post twice today). I look forward to seeing your comments and starting a dialogue about the people and places of the outdoors.