I could hear the four-wheeler coming, but I couldn’t turn around to see who was driving it.
I was 15 feet up a big oak trying to wrap a ratchet strap around the trunk. Once the rider was basically right below me, I peeked under my arm and saw it was the adjacent landowner.
This is the third year I’ve leased the same farm. There’s never been a problem, although this adjacent landowner and the fellow I lease with seem to disagree on a property boundary. My hunting partner believes the property line runs along a ditch, while the landowner believes it’s actually at the edge of the field the ditch runs through. His belief limits us from shooting deer along our side of the ditch.
This is actually a big deal because the brush draw along the ditch is a major travel corridor.