I am an experienced freelance hunter for ducks, geese and upland birds. Over all these trips I have learned many things that make these trips go much smoother. I am going on my first out of state deer hunt the first week in December. One thing I am concerned about is processing our deer, if we get lucky enough to get one. Do most of you just quarter and/or debone the meat and keep it cool until you get back home? Do you process it while you are there? We have room in the trailer and are contemplating taking a grinder and extra chest freezer I have to have all the work done before returning home. I am open to any other advise you have for a first trip. I have already been scouring landowner maps, topo maps, all the rules and regs of the state. I am hunting private land, but have scouted out 3 larger public areas in case our land is devoid of deer. Thanks for any insight.