Deer Stand, copyright Al Cambronne

Some deer hunters sit on stumps, and some sit on tiny elevated platforms atop ladder stands.  Others prefer to be more comfortable. 

In my last post about American deer culture, I wrote about the OSB school of interior design.  On the same property, however, this elevated deer stand is heated, insulated, and nicely finished.  Somehow, the current owners even got an office chair up there.  And the carpet appears to be the exact same pattern I have in my own office.

This deer stand is smaller than the lake homes and cabins usually being sold by my Realtor wife.  But in one way it’s just like those half-million dollar lake cabins: what really sells the place is its view.  If you’re a deer hunter, this is the sort of view you dream about.

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Next time: The Million-Dollar Hoofprint.

View From Treestand, copyright Al Cambronne

Arrows Ready, copyright Al Cambronne

Deerstand Window, copyright Al Cambronne