I thought I would reply to your post using another heading as yours does seem to have gone pear shaped. Bit like your driving sorry mate couldnt resist.
Glad you had a good time, and although the weather was horrendous- overall with you, Oberon and Borderman we had 4 deer on the floor in 3 outings, which was a result. Plus I am very happy to sign off your last deer for level two. In some of the worst weather conditions, of high winds, driving rain, thunder, lightning and hail the size of small marbles we managed to take two Roe doe's one each for you Oberon (Ken) on Saturday morning. Sandra was a trooper in such unbelievable weather conditions.
Todd did his stuff this morning as well actually knocked a Roe Doe over and grabbed it and held it down briefly I have never ever had a stalking dog like it in all my life, I am chuffed to bits with him. He thinks like a stalker and takes no prisoners.
But the ultimate was your putting the truck in the ditch
You may like to know that both Sandra and myself went over to look over the new area we may have. we saw 25 Fallow about 80 yds off the edge of the boundry and it looks like I may have another two areas around it on offer as it is over run with Fallow. I should know by the end of this week, so fingers crossed.
Cheers Terry, you are a good stalker and you are welcome back anytime you like mate, no worries.