I can’t post photos from the range, but I can post this image:
That dewpoint of 68 can’t be terribly comfortable. Consider what the National Weather Service says about dewpoint numbers:
- less then or equal to 55: dry and comfortable
- between 55 and 65: becoming a bit “sticky” with muggy evenings
- greater then or equal to 65: lots of moisture in the air, becoming oppressive
Hopefully they have lots of water out on the range to keep hydrated.