Bucharest clay shooting, only for the best

Clay shooting is more than just a good way to pass the time and improve on your marksmanship, it is one of the most noble and tricky sports that a man, or woman, can do. It involves a certain degree of calm, focus and determination to manage to shoot those flying saucers out of the sky with a shotgun, however once you manage to complete the task you will feel stress free and you will get a confidence boost like no other. If you ever wandered where in Eastern Europe you can partake in such an activity then the Bucharest clay shooting club is the place to be.

This great establishment is a club full of men and women that strive to improve their marksmanship and that are truly passionate about this sport. The shooting range is not far from the capital of Romania,  and if you do not own a car you do not have to worry. The club offers a shuttle bus that will take you from the center of town to the range in a jiffy. The club rules allow you to bring your own guns if you have them on you, but you don’t have to worry because the establishment has a lot of great firearms that they clean and maintain obsessively.

The prices are really good, and you don’t have to worry about the instructors. They speak really good English and they are patient and will help you with any piece of advice that you may want them to give you. They will help you get accustomed to the range and to the speed of the clay launcher and give you great tips and tricks about how to handle the guns.

The Bucharest shooting club is also a great way in which you can do some networking, meet a lot of new people that share your interest in guns and more. The range is quiet, so you do not have to worry that you will not be able to concentrate and it is not generally crowded.

This great establishment is the place to be for all men and women that love to shoot and that are visiting one of the greatest cities in Eastern Europe!

The shop on Blossom Street

 This is another Debbie Macomber book that I couldn't put down. I'm a sucker for family-related stories and with this one, I ended up with tears on my eyes, not because of loneliness but because of the warmth and love depicted on the story. By the way, here's the summary at the back cover of the book.

Interestingly, The Shop on Blossom Street is the first in the Blossom Street series and it deals with knitting. It also deals with a woman who is surviving cancer and striving with her life after her father's death. She gets a scare when the cancer may have come back and she finds out who is truly there for her. The development of her relationship with her sister's characters had a great impact on me.

There are 4 women, thus four stories, with Lydia and her yarn shop (the tie that binds the stories together) at the center. Each woman has their own crisis and are very different from each other. Yet, they all become friends and learn to support and receive support from each other. It was awesome for a feel good story.

It's a romance book, but not a bodice ripper. The women are complex, have issues, and you can see why they made the choices that landed them in the position. Somehow, I got into the lives of the 4 main characters. I look forward to reading the next book and learning more about these 4 women. My rating for The shop on Blossom Street is 4 out of 5.

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