Really enjoyed the Wyoming antelope hunt this year. We don't go up every year but it was a good time. A good warm up for elk hunting.
4 of us went on the hunt and we went 10 for 10 on the tags we had purchased. We killed 6 the first few hours opening morning. Strong wind made some of those longer shots difficult. By the 2nd day most antelope had figured out where the private land was but there were still plenty that hadn't got the message. We saw some nice bucks, but we were hunting the low-cost tags which are doe only.
In the off season I had bought a Remington Sendero in 7mm RemMag that I used on the hunt. I like it for longer shots. I find it hard to adapt to a different rifle after having used the same one for 30 years. A Sendero is a lot different from a Browning lever even though the caliber is the same on mine. I will continue to use my Browning for elk.
I had mounted a steel rail on the back of my old motor home to hang animals for skinning. It worked pretty good. We had the luxury of building a campfire, but only because we brought firewood with us. My old motor home got us to a nice camp that a lot of other campers couldn't get to because of the steep road. I like the game processors in the Douglas area a lot. They provide fast service and have reasonable prices.