So, some of you were aware that I had been approached to sell one of my farms. I hesitated at first, but decided it was good timing and a good excuse to start working on my other farm to bring it up to full potential. I was first approached by a realtor that was looking for good hunting ground for a couple of clients. Then, I put the word out to friends and family that it was for sale. I was overwhelmed with responses from 8 different states. At least a dozen serious lookers and quite a few tire kickers. I had a very nice young man come look at the ground within one week of putting out the word and he presented me a full price offer the same evening. We closed last Friday. I bought this farm 13 years ago and it was home to 26 horses and mules and was pretty rough shape as far as habitat goes. I spent a lot of time working on projects there and turned it into a pretty solid whitetail property. My wife used to get a little frustrated with the amount of time and effort I put into that farm. Today, after getting over 5 times what I paid for it, she seems a little more understanding. lol. On to the next chapter and looking forward to starting the process all over again on my other farm. The good news is, a well know whitetail personality bought 1300 acres right next to my other property and it looks like I may be in for some good hunting there for many years to come. Better to be lucky than good!!