5 I sure was hoping to see you this season for another adventure but sometimes we just can not get away I still watch that video of when you come down that hill and find that monster big ole yellow four what a day. Take care man.
Great stuff Billy. Hope you find time for several more trips out this fall. Ive been pretty busy, but have been blessed to get out and dig a little over 3 pounds so far....
We are surely going to have to get together and pick some time love bluegrass gospel and country gospel both
Loved the video man. This is Justin from up in Letcher County. I've talked with you a few times on the phone. I just got to where I've learned this site well enough to post some pics and make a few replies. I posted one today. Had a couple of pics on it. The big four prong in the top pic with the green berries was from an earlier scouting trip, however it has succumbed to the digger since season started.
Thanks everyone for the comments it is a good season indeed a lot of big ole tops have came up this year in my parts due to the heavy amounts of rain that we had early they just popped up everywhere and I love it.
Here is a photo that I have been wanting to get to and show you all, This is the oldest root that I have saw in some time came in swinging at 63 years old and healthy as can be a double 3 prong top unbelievable what a amazing plant.