Through the bushes...
There are bird feeders to raid.
Harry is a mountain man born in the wrong century but as a youngster he spoke to the old people who were the last mountain men and to the single Native American who lived on a remote lake in the area illegally not having been carted off to a reservation, his presence a rather open secret to the locals who's opinion it was that as he wasn't being any trouble to anyone why shouldn't he live there? Harry was the kid sitting on the porch listening to the old people's stories and when the Wisconsin Historical Society ran across an anomaly of some kind, something inexplicable about an Indian Mound, they called Harry to come take a look paying him the wages he would have made for that day.
Plus Harry was a plumber and he pumbed many of the newly built house's septic systems back in the day when the wild places around the lakes were being turned into lawns. So day after day Harry dug holes and Harry found things. He can show you the spot where you can still see the ruts created by General Anderson's wagons when they were chasing Chief Blackhawk as he lead his people for their last hurrah of freedom. He's the man who knows the best places to dig for arrowheads and where the mounds are that haven't yet been despoiled and always he knows were the game is, though he hasn't hunted in years. And Harry, well Harry loves to go look for deer the best and that is what we were up to today just shy of sunset.
But first we tootled up a multi posted road that had three, count them, three signs declaring the privacy of the thoroughfare. But what Harry does as is the local courtesy, though he is currently quite frail, gone is the man who could carry a claw footed cast iron bathtub up three flights of stairs by himself without puffing, Harry complete with his aged overalls, tottled up the walk of one or another little old lady of his acquaintance from his days of plumbing and asks about looking around for wildlife. They always say yes.The nice lady he spoke to first made sure to remind him that there were hunters out at the moment, it's deer bow season, and we should be careful.