It was a very wet weekend - we only got there (Lamesa area) around 1:30 am thanks to heavy rain. My car got stuck in clay about 500 yards from camp, so we left it there overnight. Unloaded our gear, threw it in the 4x4 and got to camp - immediately decided we needed breakfast and ate ourselves to sleep.
Once we headed out in the morning the 4x4 got stuck in mud, so we went on foot - none of us had waterproof boots, so it was cold, wet feet for us all day in the drizzling rain. The birds weren't flying very well in that weather, but I managed to bag 12 dove the whole day. It stopped raining in the afternoon, but the doves were mostly sticking to the telephone lines almost always out of range.
A local farmer, a relation to our friend Rockie came up in his tractor and towed the 4x4 out then we headed to my car to do the same, but by then it had dried sufficiently that I was able to rock the car forward and backward a number of times enough to get out by myself, then left the car at the farmer's house - we collected it on the way home on Sunday. That morning was a total bust for Rog and I, as we had to drive into the nearest town and buy gas for my car - our leader had missed the turnoff in the rain Friday night, so the extra 100 miles of gas I thought I had got depleted pretty quickly. Oh, well - an adventure of a kind