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Author Topic: Portable shooting house, wildlife viewing blind  (Read 1899 times)

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Re: Portable shooting house, wildlife viewing blind
« Reply #20 on: August 30, 2022, 03:53:59 PM »
I got an app. ;) :D 

In the edge of tag alders and dead canary grass, id bet it's pretty hard to see.
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Re: Portable shooting house, wildlife viewing blind
« Reply #21 on: August 31, 2022, 08:55:02 AM »
Gotta remember too, Jeff is 3 hours from home.
I use to deal with the same thing here, before I built a house here. But I was only 15 minutes away. But it was easier to have 2 of some things than to try to remember to bring them from home. I got here many times and had to do something else because I forgot a much-needed tool.
I get it. I do it often myself; you gotta do what you gotta do. I've repaired farm equipment with a letherman because the toolbox on my tractor has one set of pliers where I needed two, but like you I'm not often far from home with my tractor. 
When I am far from home, I'm much better prepared. I keep a tool box, come along, 3 lengths of chains and a high-lift jack in my truck box at all times. I also have a hand saw and other tools in there. When I go 4-1/2 hours north hunting, I add a small chainsaw in the box for good measure. 
If and hopefully when I get some land in Maine to build a camp on, I will take a lot more tools with me than that. But that's just me. Everyone does things different. No matter how prepared I try to be, I sometimes find myself missing some tool. I just try to minimize that chance as much as possible.

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Re: Portable shooting house, wildlife viewing blind
« Reply #22 on: November 06, 2022, 08:37:14 AM »
Looks like I put this blind in a good local. You can see it behind the buck in this pic from this morning.

 

 

 
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