On May 4th, I had a chance to join the Spring 3D tournament that was hosted by Ottawa Archers.
As this was my first 3D Archery Tournament, I didn’t know where I was supposed to go or what to do.
When I arrived at 8:15AM, I thought I was going to be late. As it was raining that morning and it turned out that I was the first one there. Well, other than the support people.
After I signed in, they told me that I’d be shooting in the Open category and I’d be shooting from the orange pins. I had know idea at the time and just went along with it.
I waited until a few others signed in and we were off. They told me the ins and outs of a 3D Tournament. And mid way through, they questioned why I was shooting in the Open category. I told them that was told to.
Well, I was able to make it to this year’s Comic Con in Ottawa, Ontario.
A friend and I had planned on going on Saturday and he was even kind enough to wait in line with me, even though he had a Deluxe Pass, which allowed him to have a 1 hour earlier entry. I had only planned on just the one day. The problem was that I had prior commitments that required me to leave a lot earlier than I had expected. I ended up paying $50 for the first day and $35 for the next day. In total, $85 for the two days. The Deluxe pass was $75 for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, which also included early entry. Unfortunately, they don’t allow exchanges or refunds. Next time, I’ll have to just buy the Deluxe three day pass.