Kale has a really nice digital camera. It has lots of buttons and gadgets that would take me too long to figure out how to operate, but I'm sure he read the manual (front to back) and has learned to take some really nice pictures. Like this ...
But, this morning I was brought out of the quiet that accompanies "mancation" and 9:00 AM on a Saturday morning from a phone call from Kale saying he'd shot a 7 point buck and he had forgotten his camera at home...and wondered if I'd mind climbing out from under my nice, warm covers to brave the cold and bring my little digital camera.
So, I spent the morning with the men at the man-cave, watching them skin not one, but two deer. But, I did sneak a bit of breakfast before I left. Those men know how to fix breakfast!
Kale and his trophy
The hunters and the poor victim
Just before Kale called this morning, my brother in law, Jack, called to say that my sweet little nephew, Hunter, got a deer. Could he BE any cuter?
Hunter talked to me about it on the phone this morning. He said when he saw the deer "he just lined it up in his cross-hairs and shot it." I said, "Doesn't that gun kick?" He said, "Yeah!! But I didn't get hurt or anything cuz I had three layers of clothes on." He is so funny.
Our leaves haven't really gotten pretty just yet. I'm hoping they will. But, before I left I took some pictures of our property and the cabin. For those of you who don't know, David built the cabin all by himself with no electricity with some pine that was on our property. I'll post about the cabin later, but here are a few pictures.
The view from the front porch
There's even an outhouse!!