It’s almost time, and I couldn’t be more excited. Pennsylvania’s archery season is less than a month away. And, we have the most deer, the most bucks, and the biggest bucks of any year I can remember. Most years, if I’m lucky, I have one three year old eight point to target. This year I have at least three legal bucks on the property, and two that could qualify as the biggest buck I’ve taken on this property. We’ve really upped our buck-to-doe ratio, and even have a great bullpen for next year. If it sound like I’m excited, you’re right. The only downside is that I’m still recovering from shoulder surgery a couple of months ago, and I’m just
Today’s the first day of Pennsylvania’s 2017 archery deer season. And as always, I’m out there trying to get it done.
Wow, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. No, we’re not closing up shop. Just running into the same thing we run into every September/October. This is our BUSY season. This time of year we’re busy closing up the garden, hunting, finishing up year-end lawn work, etc. And this year has been even more hectic than most due to the Mother Earth News Fair, some issues we had with some trees (more on that later), and the fact that we’re still trying to get our home ready for sale. Anyway, we do have some videos almost ready to post; our first experiment in making mead, one on the “tree challenge” I mentioned earlier, and a few others we have up our
The 2014 Pennsylvania Archery season is NOT off to a good start. I guess that’s why they call it “hunting”, not “finding”. That’s alright. We’ll get it done. Just going to have to spend a few more glorious days in the beautiful Autumn woods of Southern Pennsylvania.