When most of us think of hunting season, we probably have a different idea of what that actually means compared to the next guy. Do most of you hunt day to day and travel between your house and hunting property each day or do you have a cabin/camp that you go to and actually make camp and hunt for extended periods? Or do you do both depending on the time of season? Does anyone film and document their deer camp experience beyond just the hunting itself? Maybe I'm weird (well I know I am), but I enjoy seeing what other people do at their camp, their traditions, seeing their camp, deer hang pole, how/what they cook, if they have electricity, solar, gas, or a generator, etc.,. I spent about 2 hours on YouTube the other day watching a few videos about a group of guys at deer camp who rifle hunt in PA and majority of the videos wasn't even hunting. It was just nice watching their day to day activities leading up to and including the first few days of hunting season. I enjoyed it because it brought me back to some really good memories of deer camp growing up and it was like I was back at that place or with the people in the video. I was curious if anyone else films their deer camp experience or if they enjoy watching stuff like that. This is the first year that my cabin will be livable during the winter months and I'll be there for an extended period of time during the rut to hunt so I've been excited.