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Author Topic: I need to spend more time here  (Read 2364 times)

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Offline deadeye

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A couple days ago I went to the land to pickup some wood stored by my shed. This is my old deer camp location but I haven't spent much time there since I bought the land with the cabin 5 years ago. Last fall we completed the road in this way and since then I have been driving in past the old campsite. I took a few photos just to remind myself that this was and still is a great camp site. 

Part of new road that takes me past the shed.  Great view to the east


Looking west again a great view of the long narrow field


This summer I planted a variety of plants for a food plot.  Deer pretty much keep it in check. 


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Offline snow1

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Bet that shed served as a nice warm ground blind on many occassons eh?nice setup D.E.thanx for sharing.

Offline deadeye

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It's used quite a bit for turkey hunting but not so much for deer hunting.  I built it in 2013 with the thought that we may use it for a cabin but in 2014 I bought a 31 foot travel trailer and we stayed in it for bow hunting that year and the following.  I bought the land with the cabin in 2016 and have stayed in it since then. Now it's just used for storage.  My brother in law stays in the old camper next to the shed so it gets used that way. It's about 1/2 mile from my cabin and I go past it on the way in and often stop to drop off or pickup stuff. In retrospect building it is probably not the best decision I've made but at the time I had no inkling that I would purchase some adjacent land with a cabin.
     
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