Well, I was a little skeptical about our private land doe season. I haven't scouted much this year and to complicate things, the land owner knocked me out of my favorite area. He put in a food plot and wants to save it for his son. No biggy. I'll do anything to help the boy. Then he said that they had implanted embryos into their show goats and didn't want any loud noises to upset the nannies. That knocked me out of about half of the farm. So, today I go down to see about popping a doe and the battery is dead on my ATV. Instead of hiking a mile to the south end of the place Where I have a stand, I just slipped off of the hill and did a sneaky snake away from the goats. I love doing a still hunt when conditions are right and this morning was perfect. I left the truck at 7:00 and had a yearling doe down by 8:00. Hiked back to the truck and , low and behold, the battery on my ATV had warmed up enough to start it. I had to dodge some steep spots but was able to drive all of the way to the deer. By 10:30 I had her home, skinned and hanging in my storage shed. I love it when a plan comes together.