Well, today's the last day of the 2013 Kilted to Kick Cancer Fundraiser. Thirty days of kilty goodness have been had; wagers have been made; personal humiliation has been promised; and both funds and awareness have been raised. I know this year I've spent a lot more time telling people why I'm wearing a kilt rather than just taking pictures, so I count that as a win.
Good friend, former blogger, retired NH State representative, donor of one of my prize packages, and all-around good guy Bruce and I went to the range yesterday. In kilts. Many evil orange clays were slain (seriously. We went through an entire case of clays. In about 20 minutes. Side note: .223 Remington is AWESOME for orange clays...). And yes, that *is* a peace sign on Bruce's driveway. I didn't judge...
All month long I've been wearing my kilt and posting kilted pictures as part of Kilted to Kick Cancer. As we've done in years past, there's a friendly competition running to see who can raise the most money for prostate cancer research. As I did last year, I have a pretty awesome array of prizes that can be won as well as a challenge to meet my goal! for incentives to donate to the Prostate Cancer Foundation on my behalf. Which you can do here:
As always, thanks to everyone who has or is thinking about donating, and a special thank you to the folks that gave prizes as incentives!
That is all.