It started with target practice on Saturday, November 26. Ian and Jere
Most of these pictures are from Cerwin and Jere’s cell phones.
Josh, Ian and Jere
Josh and Jared
Jesse is not old enough to hunt but enjoyed target practice with a 22.
Good job, Jesse.
Jere’s pickup truck was full of hunting clothes and gear when they left for Tioga County early the next day.
Josh, Cerwin, Ian, Jared, and Jere
The next picture I saw was this one from when they were checking out the territory and setting up Cerwin’s ground blind.
Jared shot this buck – with a broken antler – shortly after the opening of the season on Monday morning.
Ian and Cerwin were in the same ground blind.
By the end of the day, everyone saw deer, but Jared is the only one who had shooting.
They were going to hunt again on Tuesday morning, but it was raining, so they headed home and stopped at a restaurant for breakfast.
Cerwin wondered how I knew where they were eating when he texted this picture to me. I told him to read the placemat. 🙂
While they stood in the garage, I stood in the rain to take this picture.
Thanks to Jared, the Jere High family will have venison in the freezer this year.
Cerwin was in West Virginia a week earlier with our oldest son Jeff, his sons Jordan and Nate and our brother-in-law Marlin. Jeff was the only one who bagged a buck – so their family will also have some venison for the freezer. I didn’t see any pictures from that hunt. It was a cold, windy – sometimes snowy series of days for them.