If you get sick of reading about the young renters tell me in a comment and I'll try to zip it. I will explain again this small ranch (378 acres) was divided three ways among the grown children of the former owners. The piece of property on the left is owned by one of the daughters and her son loves to hunt. The middle piece is owned by the only son. The only son dislikes the nephew who loves to hunt so he put gates and no trespassing signs. John has three landlords on this one piece of property but he knows how to walk on feathers with them. He grew up on the piece of property to the right as his Dad owned it and sold it to the orginal couple. Are you following me or do you want to? lol Nephew called yesteday to tell John he was out hunting and a large deer came in sight and was scared off before he got a shot off. He said some guys driving a yellow truck and a black truck with big lights across the cab started shooting and must have seen the deer at the same time he did. I see the same yellow truck here in town that was in the cattle tank. Same red decals in back window. Renter said he sold it to his brother-in-law who could fix it so it can go into reverse. Black truck with lights on the cab? Renters new truck? Yes I would say so. John and new renter have been as close as two peas in a pod lately. Well we headed west in the dark tonight to have a talk with new renter AGAIN but there was no one home. Before you say why don't you make them move let me say this is John's rent property. I sold mine several years ago. I'm just an observer and I told you so person in the deal. They can stretch John a looong way and one of these days he will snap. John has leased this place a long time and he doesn't even have permission to hunt there. The renters have been told over and over they are only renting the house and yard. Come Saturday night I would be driving along the farm to market road keeping my eyes peeled for lights in the pasture with my fingers positioned on the game warden's number.