I shouldn't complain too much, though. The location made my job even easier. I hooked to my left and closed the distance to 50 yards, checked the wind and thermals one more time and started my final approach. When I got within 30 yards I think the painkillers kicked in. I wasn't quite as jittery as I normally get in bow range. I still did not have a shot at the deer and actually couldn't even see it at this point, so I went to full draw and started taking one small steep at a time working around the oil tanks.