I'm back on Kentucky for a few days of muzzleloader hunting. This is a different farmer's place than the one I usually hunt. I had planned to hunt a wooded north edge of s green field but the electric fence is hot so I can't get to a tree. I opted to walk to the south edge and finally found s red oak that lets me climb about 12 feet. I was about six feet off the ground, looked over my shoulder and there were three does out in the field already. One watched me as I slowly continued setting up and now sitting watching them plus two more that joined them. They're about 150 yards out. I'm going to wait until tomorrow morning before I shoot a doe so they're safe tonight.