LOL!!! Yeah, let's have some details.Should I ... know Lenord? :wink: What are the details and story behind this hunt? He didn't hit it with his car did he? :tongue: How about a little journalistic flair here??? We're dying for some hunting stories. Nice animal by the way. Someday I'd like to take one.
if you ever decide to tour colorado let me be your travel guide. i use to live in ariz and i have driven thru colorado around 10 times. it's one big postcard. i've been thru the rocky mountain national park 3 or 4 times and the drive to telluride and then down to the 4 corners area is world class. i have even done that one in the winter and it was spectacular. make damn sure you get out of the rmnp before dark and if there is any chance of fog don't go in there. there are no guard rails and if you drive off the road you will have time to say the Lord's Prayer before you hit bottom. i almost died in there on my first tour. last november i stopped in at the 4 corners monument for the second time, mostly because i needed to use the bathroom. the navaho indians run the place because it's on there reservation i believe. the driveway is dirt and you almost need a pick up to navigate it. naturally i had to stand on the big pin that means your standing in 4 states at once. as i was leaving i stopped to read this big marker that a surveyors society put up. to make a long story short the marker said the actual state line for 2 of the states was a mile and a half away. and the state line for the other 2 states is off by a couple hundred feet. in the early 1900's legislation was introduced in congress to find where the actual state line was for 2 of the states and they decided it wasn't worth spending the money. it wouldn't suprise me if they could find the exact spot where the 4 states meet using satellites but even if they did there is no way in hell the navahos are paying for a driveway that would have to be 1.5 miles long. they ain't taking care of the one they got now. does anyone know where the actual spot is where the 4 states meet. Hell no!! the greatest country on Earth can't afford it. there ain't nothing out there but brown grass and the horizon so i don't think a circle K is going up on the real 4 corners any time soon. i laughed my ass off when i left. true story!Leon, congrats on your tropy. I've flown over your part of the country many times and I always wanted to put my feet on the ground there but it never worked out that way. Beautiful part of the world!!