I’ve been looking at pictures of deer for an upcoming hunting trip. The landowner has set up a camera that sends the pictures in real time through cell service. It’s another way one can check trail cameras without going into the woods and leaving human scent that might disrupt the deer activity. Each day, I log into the app on my phone to get an update on what’s going on near my tree stand. Not only can I see the time of day the deer are moving, but I can also get other information that will help me make better decisions for the hunt. For instance, I noticed how some deer were coming from a place near where I normally park my ATV. There’s no doubt if it would have been parked there during those times, the deer would have taken a different direction. Needless to say, this added information will cause me to make a change.
Change is good. We all change. To deny this is to refuse to see the obvious. As information grows, we change as well. Some of us go all in and some of us just do what is necessary. For example, many of you have already learned how to do self-checkout at the grocery store. You did it because, most of the time the…
For the complete story, see the November 4th edition of The Lexington Progress.