There were long hours behind the wheel. There was more snow than we’d expected. There were roads that could have stuck our vehicle for days. Roads we turned back from. There were blown shots on what should have been easy covey flushes. There was a jaw-dropping running point by a setter that has taken her craft to the level of artistry. There was cold, biting, open country wind that leaves you feeling ragged and still slightly on edge when you finally get out of it. There were practical jokes, which some found funnier than others. There was setting up camp in the dark, in the snow. There were deep discussions about the relative virtues of one cheap beer over another. There was forgotten dog food (yours truly…). There were, at the end of 3 days with the combined effort of 3 guns and 6 dogs, half a dozen chukar in the cooler.
But then, there were also moments like this:
7 thoughts on “Bullet Points”
That is some pretty impressive wilderness. The photograph is awesome
Yep……… Another season to remember – Merry Christmas!!!!!!
Joke’s still not funny
Agreed. It was totally TR’s idea. I told him not to do it…
Beautiful shot Hammer. Yours I assume. I think you need to reveal the joke and let the masses decide whether it’s comical or not
Beautiful country! I feel the same way about marshes.