The split decision on the matter was perfectly understandable. Harford County plays host to many festivals and events, public and private, over the course of a year and requests for short-term liquor licenses come before the liquor board very regularly. To a large degree, the Cabin Fever event was very much in keeping with this practice. A few things, however, set Cabin Fever apart. As two-day events go, it promised to be relatively large, and firearms training and a firearms range were on the agenda. Add to the mix that the request for a license came in the week of the event, and there's reason for pause.