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04/12/08 Pm

Posted by Coalman , 14 April 2008 · 124 views

After the sun came out at mid day I could not control the urge. A hike was in order. I have turkey hunted a special piece of woods for a few years. I have yet to shoot a longbeard there. The piece of unbroken land is huge. It is an all morning spot. The woods are physically challenging.
I could use some company. Please come along. It all starts with the road in.

I love the history of the past. I believe this was the barn foundation,

For these and other old fields now covered in forest. The first time I ever visited this piece of woods I was disappointed. Didn't hear a thing till I got back to this field at 10 AM. A turkey was gobbling on his own behind the field. This is a marginal turkey habitat piece in bad brood production years in NH. It rocks in the good years.

About a half mile in you come to this old camp.

The landowner has been opening up the old fields around this camp.

I believe the last activity here was maple sugaring. The shed has a foundry type troth. The brick chimney has fallen down.

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