Took longer. But yeah, I drove 4.5 hrs and met a buddy who drove 2.5 hr. Got our 4 birds in 2 spots. I walked 6.7 miles…great cover in spot #2…the first spot was grazed earlier and was tough walking, and the cover was very thick, but there were birds there. Had dinner with some locals and got more intel, but there are WPA’s and WMA’s and some WIA’s as well.So you just ran over to w MN on a whim and limited out in 90 mins eh?
God is not able to promise us a tomorrow. Live like your dog and enjoy the moment. God BlessGlad you rediscovered MN. Your comments are no different that what many of us have been saying on this forum since it moved to the new website many years ago now.
At 3 bills and mid-50s ... heart disease, diabetes, and joint ailments are creeping quickly up your backstairs. It can all flip on a dime ... some see it at 45, while others have a longer reprieve. A few just have the right combination of genetics and luck to not be impacted. Big pharma profits suggest most succumb to obesity.
God is not able to promise us a tomorrow. Live like your dog and enjoy the moment. God Bless
Primary vice is bird hunting….Agree, but one can certainly control the direction until tomorrow comes. Enjoy the moment, but also be a good husband, father, co-worker, friend, and neighbor. I have seen too many ruin their lives and others via alcohol, gambling, lust, and greed.
Walked about 11 miles total
Something isn't right here. Either you aren't 300+ pounds or you aren't walking 11+ miles over uneven hunting terrain. The combination of those two makes is physically impossible. The math just doesn't add up.300 lbs+
It’s strange, I know, ,but I routinely walk 10 miles or more sharpie hunting, up and down hills that are pretty big, and 7-10 miles routinely pheasant hunting. I walk daily from April through august around 5/6 miles, and once hunting starts in early september it’s 6-12 miles a day depending where and what I’m hunting. Last wed we started around 1:30, hunted two spots, walked almost 7 miles…gorgeous day! 2nd spot hadn’t been grazed, was flatter. I hunt with many guys each fall, most are in good shape, nobody out walks me…some can keep up…many can’t. I do walk too fast in many cases, largely due to my dogs. The 11 miles was split between Wed pm and Thur am…about 6.5 hrs…closer to 6 to account for car time.Something isn't right here. Either you aren't 300+ pounds or you aren't walking 11+ miles over uneven hunting terrain. The combination of those two makes is physically impossible. The math just doesn't add up.