Selfie: PA State Forests are great. As long as you don't stay in the same campsite on back to back nights, you can camp just about anywhere. Slid in kind of late on Sunday afternoon. About a mile and half in, and 800 feet below the ridge that has a public road that hundreds of hunters will use for opening day of firearms buck season. Didn't set up a tarp, had a hammock with a climashield underquilt, and a Wiggy's 35 degree overbag. Built a make shift blind from leaves and blow downs. To me it's important not to have any horizontal logs that scream "BLIND". Think piles of 3/4" sticks pointed up, and a lot of gathered ground litter to make it just look like a plan old pile of leaves. Took about 45 minutes with a headlamp to put this up the night before opening day. Got a text from my son a half hour after leaving home that I left my library book on the coffee table. Stopped in at Walmart to grab a paperback. Pickings were kind of slim. Guns, God, Mysteries, or Teenage Romance ....... I picked up a hardback book, but spent most of my time with Mad Magazine. The wind was horrible. Kept switching directions every 5 minutes. This deer hunt is bust. Changed it into a bushcrafter trip, and brewed some coffee. COFFEE GOOD. 15 minutes later, this guy saunters up. I am so far down in this hole, that I'm not shooting anything unless it's bigger than the generous size 7 point I harvested nearby in 2014. Yep he's bigger. 140 gr 6.5x55 Nosler Partition did an amazing job.