Yup, my awesome wife let me head up to the mountains for a couple more days, the evening of the 19th saw me hunting the same mountain from a simple "back of the truck" camp and I hunted all day the 20th and again half the day on the 21st. No elk meat in the freezer, but I did manage to pin a spruce grouse which I promptly breasted out and ate.
The video journal is done and as polished as I care to make it at this point, I didn't realize just how much video I'd been shooting. Over an hour of quick little vignettes, it was a fun project. However, I don't expect many will find the time or interest to watch the whole thing. Which is really no problem at all... I did it for myself more than anything.
I do have some more pictures to share with you though, and then I'll get to work uploading the video.
Thanks for tuning in, keep checking in as deer season develops!
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Sunday, September 11, 2011
I am back. I had the most wonderfully awesome week chasing elk... I literally lost count of the number of mature 6x6 bulls I was within 25 yards of, and the total amount of elk I was within 50 yards of was astounding. I am finally feeling like I am beginning to "know" "my" mountain.
I am in the process of editing my video journal and will hopefully have something posted up here in the near future. Until then, enjoy a couple of photos.
Mulie Doe right by Observation Rock and Mulie Meadows
Spring where I saw elk last year, it was much drier this year.
Sunset over the Sawtooth Mountains, Idaho
Taking a break.