New Year's Day was the last day of the hunting season.
It was a memorable season, mostly because of the massive die-off in southern Michigan and northern Indiana. In a few areas of Michiana, EHD (Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease) killed more than half of the Whitetails.
I didn't see as many deer this year (and I didn't kill a single one) but I did see a few beautiful bucks worthy of a second look. I hope they survive the winter.
Job 27:22b-23 - They run this way and that, but there’s no place to hide — pummeled by the weather, blown to kingdom come by the storm.