I was only there Saturday and Sunday because I didn't want to miss any classes but hubby was there until Tuesday. I do have a picture below of the buck I harvested, so if you don't wish to see it, don't scroll down.
I tagged out the first day taking a doe and a buck. He has 9 points but he is small, but for my first ever, I was thrilled.
We got up at 4 am and Wayne had ham and cheese omelets made. We ate a big breakfast and headed out the door about 4:30. We hiked about a mile over to the blind with our guns, cameras, and sandwiches. Wayne had already stored a small cooler and snacks so we were prepared. In all, we averaged a little over 12 hours a day in the blind and came back to a delicious home cooked dinner every night.
On day one we saw nearly 30 deer and hundreds of turkeys and a few squirrels. Day two brought severe wind gusts and we didn't see nearly as much wildlife. Day 3 was about the same. Hubby took his buck on the fourth day of his hunt.
This little guy strutted and pranced and seemed to have no idea he only had half a rack
Lots of wildlife
The turkeys were really fun to watch
My first buck