Of course. The dog is an English setter and very good at finding Huns. He points them and I try to shoot them with my shotgun... in this case a 1915 graded A.A. Fox 16 gauge SxS.Your camp requires a description of the dog and the shotgun as well.
That used to be my greatest gripe but with the quad once we are parked and setup the car doesn't move. Perfect if there are just one or two persons max, any more and you will need something else.My biggest concern would be having to break camp every time I drove the vehicle.
This also applies if you have celebrated with one too many George Dickel sandwiches to evening before!I have looked at these rooftop camper setups and they look like a nice setup, my biggest concern is falling out when getting up in the morning to take a leak
Your camping rig, dog, shotgun, and hunting location are simply marvelous. Thank you for sharing!
Reminds me of when I was left on some remote saddle or spur to hold off while the hounds were being started on the deer in the high country. I always had a tin of corned beef, small bottle of sauce and half a loaf of bread in my backpack which would get me through the day.