With social distancing, working from home, and everything else going on I've been working on skills at home, but also getting out to people free spots when possible. I headed to a friend's property that is currently living out of state for work, and I spent the night in the hammock in a section of cedars behind his house. I carried the Mountainsmith pack that I recently picked up. For a larger day pack I really like it so far. It held my tarp, line kit, quilt, hammock, food, and a few other small items. I carried the Tuff Possum Gear satchel so I would have something for exploring around the property. On a walk around the property, I stopped by a small pond and found that it was absolutely full of tad poles. Then I made a loop up the ridge and back down to my camp spot. I identified a number of plants along the way. Thistle, some cool moss, some sort of violet, dogwood, squawroot that something had feasted on, plenty of may apple, and one lone tiny morel. I had a quick snack and then set up a target for little sighting. I decided to take the red dot off of my Little Badger. I was pretty happy with the results at 10 yards. Then I took a shot with my new Sig. The first shot at 5 yards was as good as I could ask. I still ran a few more through it and was happy with the result. This pistol and RMR have ended up being a great combo.