We got up this morning bright and early like usual. I had a rough time getting the Little Gal going and had to keep on her to get ready until we were out the door. We headed out in the dark to the property to hunt, and when we got close, we saw a van parked …
The lightening popped, and snapped, and the thunder rumbled. We decided we neaded to get ourselves and our 12 & 20 gauge lightening rods off of that ridge as well.
I love so much learning new things when it comes to hunting. This spring, one of our clients suggested
from behind the brush heard all sorts of screaming and excitement going on. We jumped up to see if someone got a bird. It was the girls running and jumping with excitement.