So Greg’s photos with vintage shotguns , each day with a different escort. How many days of taking birds, does he conclude before he starts over the rotation?
I hope for Greg’s retirement fund, over 30 days. Impressive. Supplies the church pheasant feed fund raiser too.
I really enjoy reading your posts and looking at your pictures, Greg. I lost my Griffon to cancer about a month ago. It’s been rough to say the least. Posts like this help me stop moping around and think about hunting and picking up a new pup. I also spend time looking up information about those shotguns.
Great advice for Wyowalleye. The little buggers burrow right into our heart and soul. Tough loss Wyowalley. I shared awhile back that I always think of my two dogs when I hear Garth Brooks song The Dance. “Could have missed the pain but then I’d of missed the dance!” Until that day comes for me I am going to live every day like it is the last.Sorry to hear about your dog. I know the feeling. My ols GSP died in my arms, I know where your coming from......pick up that pup and enjoy him/her to the fullest in the field.
I entered the category of insanity. Went for two walks with my dogs because they were restless. Put two in the vest and one more got away. Put an insane lead on them all.You’d have to be one tough dude to have hunted today in North Dakota. Gusts were expected to hit up to 65 mph! Temps where I’m at topped to a balmy 21!