That green open-looking area to the west is all tall grass and thicket. The wooded area to the east consists of thick, timbered ridges, and it's an area we're considering a sanctuary. Both spots have ideal bedding cover, but there's not much food in either area. However, there's a worn-out deer trail south of our stand site that runs from the grass field up the ridge into the timber. We hung a camera here, and if rutting bucks are regularly cruising this trail, and we've got a south wind, this is probably where I'll be sitting in the mornings.