Now your getting smart. LOL The older I get, I find myself accepting help way more often than I used to. It's not that you can't, but it just plain saves the old back.The other day ... in another thread I posted how the farmer I'm helping out always offers to help. Last night after a long night, he shows up as I'm dragging dead deer from all over his corn stubble field and offers the tractor & bucket. I tell him: "it wouldn't break my heart if it's not too much trouble." Tell him to dump the deer at the gutting location and then "I've got it." Long story but I had a deer standing out in the field for over an hour that wouldn't come through the dead deer scattered about. That pushed my night later and later. The timing of when I was killing them prevented me from jumping out of the blind to drag carcasses out of sight. Seems there were always deer somewhere in sight.
I also said I'm going to dig out that deer hoist I bought many years ago and never tried. The thing is the bee's knees! Had one horse of a doe that I'd have done my typical back breaking maneuver to pull up into the bed and it hoisted it up & in lickety-split.
Gonna be standard equipment from now on if I'm alone ... which I normally am...lol View attachment 195624 View attachment 195625