I had a busy day Sunday. After getting off work at 4:30am and finally getting in bed by 6, I got about 5 hours sleep before going to church. Every 5th Sunday, we have potluck. Good food and good fellowship. I got home and headed out to do a little scouting on the new 30 acres I have access to. I was planning to hang a set of climbing sticks and a lock-on, but found two suitable trees for my climber. Then I went back to the house and mowed my yard followed by a quick shower. About 4 pm I was on the way the woods. I put my Ol' Man in a wild cherry tree located in an old fence row. About 5:15 I had my first action, a knarly forked horn came walking in from my left and headed down the fence, passing my stand at ten yds. He had already been doing some fighting, had the ends of both mainbeams busted off which made him look like a spike. 30 min later, I saw a doe and a fawn enter the overgrown field at the east end of the fence row. I was entertained by them until I started seeing deer jumping a fence to the North. I watched as a parade of 16 does feed slowly my direction. As they came into range, I noticed a my target doe was in the group. She has to be 6-7 yo. She's a bobtail and I have pictures of her the past 4 years. She never offered me a shot, I did have a doe at 20 yds but she was facing strait at me. Then I saw another buck headed their way. He was a fork, too. A 10" on one side and a 2" on the other. They milled around for about 30 minutes. Just before dark, all 20 of them looked back to the West and started to get spooky. They turned and left the field ending my hunt. Then I saw what spooked them. My tree-hugging neighbors two big black labs. I'm really thinking about killing those dogs!!! I have a lot of does on this place, so I probably won't hunt it for a few more weeks. Maybe an big ol' buck will show up closer to the rut. I need a N, NE or NW wind to hunt it anyway. I'll be back out there. That was the most deer sightings for me on one hunt in a long time.