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A One-Track Mind on Two Steel Tracks (at DDH)


You never know what you're going to see in the deer woods, but you do know this: Deer will surprise you. Take for example this buck from the Clarendon area (in my home county of Warren County, PA. This buck decided to take on a train. That's right, he was loco enough to take on a locomotive. (And it happened about 200 yards from a house I lived in many years ago.)


You can read about it in my article, "A One-Track Mind on Two Steel Tracks," at Deer & Deer Hunting Online, posted on November 10, 2020. Thanks to Scott Albaugh for the story and the picture of a buck that got run over by a train.


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