Typical Kansas January Morning

"What do you want to do?"  "I don't know. What do YOU want to do?" photo courtesy of Conner and his dad's phone

“What do you want to do?” “I don’t know. What do YOU want to do?” photo courtesy of Conner and his dad’s phone

My grandson, Conner (9 years old), took this photo this morning with his dad’s phone camera!  Is this a great shot or what?  Very seldom do you ever see pheasants sitting up on a fence as they’re usually hunkered down in the cover or doing that low flyover thing that pheasants are famous for. And making that rattley sound that always scares the snot out of me.  I think Conner took the picture close to their house where we have cattle out on pasture.

His mom put the picture on her Facebook page and some of our past hunters had some sage comments:

Hunter #1: Oooo! this is known as a skillet shot. I bet even Hunter #2  might be able to hit one of these!! 🙂

Hunter #2: You see whatcha do is you go down the fence about 25 yards and line your shot up with the gate so that you get all three with one shot!

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8 Responses to Typical Kansas January Morning

  1. Fancy Nancy says:

    Great photo! Really nice composition! And by a 9 year old!


  2. The Queen says:

    It is isn’t it? The guys conversation tops it all off!


  3. Dawn Rumley says:

    if only i could aim I would take hunter 2’s advice… yum! (I think)


  4. Pingback: PS on January In Kansas | Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Country Life

  5. Bzebza says:

    It would be great if I could take part in my new “Fences Project”


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