It's been almost a year since my last post but I actually thought of a topic to write about.
There's an old tale that many golfers talk about. It's call "the one that brings you back". I think this story is true of a lot of things. Alcoholics can quit for years and they have that one beer that brings them back. The one I'm most familiar with is the comparison in golf. I golf a lot with my buddies and one of my good friends always tells me..."It only takes one shot to bring you back". It's so true, in so many ways. I'll be playing a terrible game of golf... shooting a million strokes over par.... but that one shot that goes a few hundred yards straight down the fairway. THAT'S the one that brings you back.
Now this isn't a golfing blog, that's for damn sure... cause to be honest... I don't like golf. I forgot about hunting for the past 10 months and I was driving home from work a few weeks ago and I looked to my left under an apple tree at about 7PM and there were 2 bucks munching on dinner... I was immediately back into hunting mode. I've been scouting quite a bit lately trying to find a decent place to hunt opening day of bow season. A tornado came directly through some of my old stomping grounds so the territory has changed significantly. Can anyone tell me what effect a tornado has on the animals who live in the area? I'm sure animals change their habitat and never return but I'm curious.