- PtaylorMemberOctober 21, 2017 at 12:10 pmPost count: 560
After a few days of classic California-mountain weather: blue-sunny skies, warm days, nights in the 30’s; a cold front pushed in. Rain lasted for a few hours into the night eventually switching to heavy-wet snow (perfect snowball snow, heehee). Here’s a picture of us packed up for the hike out to the truck after the last week of hunting the elusive black-tailed buck. All 3 of us had “almost taken a shot” about everyday. After an hour long stalk I needed another 20-30 yards more for a shot at one of the 3 mature bucks I was stalking. Alas, they walked over a knoll and out of my life. We ate a bunch of small game, chipmunks, Douglas squirrels, and quail, and had a great adventure! Now it is time to start thinking of pigs…
- PtaylorMemberOctober 24, 2017 at 9:01 amPost count: 560
Thanks Webmom, I think I was clicking “ok” before the image uploaded.
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