I was off today for the Holiday and was looking forward to getting up early and heading out for a squirrel hunt. But the remnants of hurricane Issac are moving thru the area and it has been raining for the last couple of days so I figured there wouldn't be any hunting to be done. As a true died in the wool hunter I got up early and headed out in the dark morning mist and drove 25 miles to my favorite hunting area. Once I was in the woods I felt relaxed and at ease just standing there in the dark listening to the rain dripping down thru the trees. It was so peaceful.
Right after it got light I spotted two squirrels about 60 yards away jumping in the tree tops. I moved a little closer but never saw them again. After a while I moved on and just still hunted a big circle thru the woods but never did see any other suirrels. The rain picked up a couple of times but I really never got too wet. About 9:30 I conceded to the fact that the squirrels must be sleeping in today and I headed out for the drive home. Today I had my FWB 124 with me and only took a couple of shots at leaves before I left. I took my time and just enjoyed the morning as it seems like I was the only one out in the world this morning. When I got home my wife and grandkids were just getting up. She couldn't believe I went out in such a nasty morning to go squirrel hunting.
Some people just don't get it.
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