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I love Texas Hill country
The wife and I and our youngest daughter just returned from another awesome road trip to the hill country, we had one incredible trip, I lost an axis deer it was the first animal I have lost iin a long time took it pretty hard, The guide and I thought I made a great shot but after reviewing video and and taking clips off video it was a low hit, and guide saw the buck yesterday on a doe. so that helps a bit, but man I want to move there bad,
Looks like you were in Africa. I also love the Texas hill country, beautiful & great people. sorry about the low hit, but like you say he is with a doe so maybe he will be ok. Forrest
You and me both Zebrakiller ! I'm only 5/6 hours from it, but that's too far. If I weren't so old, and the property there so expensive, I would move there. If I sold out here, I could probably only afford a third of the acreage I currently own, if that. I should have done it twenty years ago.
I agree if I wasn't married with two step kids still in school I would be there
Sorry about the axis, but still looks like you had a great trip. Better than where I am right now in dc airport.
That jeep us awesome too
And if your not home yet looks like we are both coming back to snow
Funny... Last time I went to the Texas hill country the first day out all I saw was an elk. Drive all the way from the elk capital of the world and bam a bill elk!
Who did you hunt with? Did they have many hogs?
enchanted rock in fredericksburg was awesome
Who did you go with? My 11 yo daughter wants to go. Looks like the right place.
Sage buffalo our 13yr old had a blast pm sent
I was in Fredericksburg last weekend myself.
That Hill Country area is beautiful, really liked it.
Unfortunately I was hitting the vineyards and not hunting but it was still nice to be there.
Pretty cool area and this Montana fella enjoyed it.
I grew up in the Hill Country on the banks of the Pedernales River outside San Saba. Rodeod all over that area for years. Don'r remember ever seeing any of those animals although I did see a lot of deer.
Some nice pics, thanks for sharing
A safari without he long flight...Great trip!
the hill country reminds me alot of where I have hunted in Africa
Looks like u might of been hunting on the YO Ranch near Mountain Home, Texas. If not maybe some of the exotic ranches around Llano or Bandera? I grew up in Fredricksburg and Kerrville so I know the hill country areas well. Some incredible swimming holes throughout that country and the Guadalupe River winding through makes it even more enchanting.
crestedbutte , close utopia, I wish I knew some of them water holes we had a blast on a few hikes we did,