Exploring paths less traveled
That is quite some number of antlers. I wonder if they are done or are they going to go up the poles and across the crossbar. probably not.
How neat, Janie... I love it.. Glad you got a picture... Thanks!!!!Hugs,Betsy
I just saw an arch like this today downtown of moose antlers, but I couldn't stop. Made a mental note to go back this summer for a photo.
Now that is a lot of antlers. Reminds me of the antler arch in Jackson, Wyoming.
Wow, that's a lot of venison.
love it.....glad you stopped..
Different. Not something I've ever seen here in Ontario. :))
I just don't know.....perhaps too much???xo Suz
WOW...That represents a TON of hunting trips?!!!!
What a collection!! Surely those aren't all from one hunter!The snow is melting so fast here. I've been lazy and haven't even blogged in a week. I guess my off season started early!
What an unique capture. The arch with the trophies probably is meant to attract tourists.
I hope their sheds not all dead ones. As Bill said there is a mega on of these in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Is this in Wellington?
That's one serious antler collector! Betcha there's no dog on the place?