And there's the answer. We bought our little piece of paradise in 1994, 40 acres of Arkansas River bottom. It's rich with waterfowl, turkeys, mule deer and whitetails. EVERYBODY would like access for hunting, but we reserve it for family and close friends. I'm never impolite to strangers asking for permission because I've been there myself. But my wife and I have worked very hard for many years to own it. And we spent three years just finding it. Point is, anyone with a decent job, and a goal, can afford a place like this. We put up with a 1933 house that needed a lot of work, and all the other work and expense it takes to keep the place up. And it's been worth every penny. We gladly gave up our tri-level on an acre in a desirable neighborhood to get our dream place where I can play with my old John Deeres, shoot and hunt. The only time we open it up is September 1st, Dove Opener, when we'll have family, friends and THR members out for an all day social event and dove supper. Of course, some, like Art Eatman or H&Hhunter, are welcome to hunt doves all season, or to just come by for a visit and some good food. Our only rules are, be safe, and pick up your hulls as much as possible. It's our favorite event of the year.