The biggest reason coyotes are becoming so widespread is there adaptability. They can adapt to just about any habitat: from cold to hot, from desert to swamp, from wilderness to urban. Add that to their amazing fertility (both their litter size and number of breeding sessions vary to accommodate...
I prefer a traditional recurve bow as well. For me that‘s part of the point of bow hunting. For many though it’s just a chance to hunt an extra season. @C_Claycomb I believe we‘re thinking alike on this one.
Regarding the shelter/tent instead of rehashing what’s already been said, I’d also consider how many are going. I’d like a full wall tent (ticks all the boxes mentioned already plus some: roomy, able to stand in it, possible to have a fire or stove, etc.) but if I’m going alone it would be a...
The term “Woobie” was in common use for the whole Baby Boom generation long before the movie “Mr Mom” came out. We started using the term in the military to refer to the poncho liner at least as far back as the Vietnam War
I ran across a blow down in Pensacola this afternoon @British Red. It’s been there since Hurricane Sally last year. Think you could get some firewood from it?
Small ones such as hundreds of lightning bugs (aka fireflies) Larger ones such as a wall of dust approaching and overtaking the flight line during a dust storm in Nevada. Billowing clouds of smoke from last year’s forest fires here in Florida.