The Fall River Archers hosted their annual cabin fever shoot this past Sunday morning. The event took place at the Cold Brook archery range.
About two dozen archers from the Southern Hills and surrounding areas showed up to brave the snowy range. They covered all ages, skill levels and bow types. Some sported top of the line compounds while others used longbows they had hand-carved.
Two dozen foam targets were used to create the course. Most were were modeled after animals archers would find in the woods like deer, turkey and elk. Some, however, were modeled after more exotic animals, like Jackalopes and giant cobras.
Refreshments were made available to the archers in the form of chili and coffee. Admission to the event was $15.00 for adults and $7.00 for children.
The Fall River Archers shoot every Wednesday night at the Blessings Warehouse north of Hot Springs on 385 during the winter. The shoot starts at 6:30 and is free for first time visitors. For more information, visit their Facebook page.