We made it over to Admiralty Island with no hitches. Our plan was to hunt a series of muskegs just south of where we hunted on Friday. We had less wind, and rain, which meant our hunting conditions were much better.
Me, on the other hand, pretended I knew what I was doing. I may dress like a hunter, but I'm that guy that had to borrow a rifle to go on a hunt (thanks, Todd).
Todd didn't always hunt Buffalo Springfield style. Here he is patiently waiting for a deer to come into view.
Unfortunately, on this day, no deer would show itself (sorry if I let down any of my readers). Oh, it was encouraging that we saw more signs than we did on Friday, but the deer definitely won. Ah, but next time......
Since I've been back to Kenai I've had time to reflect on my adventure with Todd and Mark. I knew in advance that this time of year was not the best time to hunt deer. However, this happened to be the only time that all three of us could get together to do this. I would say this trip is perhaps summed up best by paraphrasing a sign that Will Jahrig keeps in his shop. "The least important part of hunting is hunting."
100% success for me.