As the sun sets, a steady rain falls across the mountain, blanketing
the valley in murky gray. Over the tree tops below me and to the
East, I can see a patch of lighter green. The laser range finder
gave a reading of 630 meters to the far side of the clearing. A spot
on the ground midway across the field is 576 meters. Twilight will
go fast because of the weather, and, if the target doesn't appear soon,
I'll spend another night with the ants and mosquitos. Suddenly, between
the steady vertical gray streaks, several small, dark, and moving dots
appear to the far side and right edge of the clearing . . .
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