Fire in the camp fireplace on Antler Eve.
Here is a doe who loves to have her picture taken by the game camera!
The moon is bright on opening day, around 5:30AM as I head up into the stand.
The view from the camp before sunrise.
The sun comes up and it turns into a warm, sunny day.
A good spot to sit since it is right next to a deer run. Saw a porcupine a few yards from this spot.
The top of a ridge with a good view down the side of the mountain into the brush, good cover for deer.
A fallen down hen-house.
A small stream at the base of the mountain.
The ledges -- a steep side-hill where deer often hide during the season.
This is looking down a narrow "gut" that deer often use to move and down the mountain unnoticed.
The view across the valley from one of our upper pastures.
Looking down to the upper pond from one of my treestands.
Two years ago, I saw a large buck grazing here in twilight on the last day of the season. I was 250 yards away at the time and missed the shot.
The day is almost over.
Sunset from the treestand.
Riding home at night. I almost always walk when hunting but I was 2 miles away and had to get back to the cabin for dinner.
A large clear-cut that offers a lot of food and good cover for deer.
The grass turns silver in fall.
An old shed that was used when this property was used for summer grazing for a dairy herd.
Two scrapes -- spots where bucks leave their scent to attract does.
One of the few really old trees on the property.
The road that runs by the summer pastures.
It has been a banner year for apples -- the deer come here to feed every night.