Montana Wounded Warriors once again had the great privilege of hunting in the Missouri Breaks on Allan and Gale Peterson’s AG Ranch. We went there to hunt mule deer for the second year in a row. In addition, one of our wounded vets had drawn a ewe sheep tag, and we were hopeful we would be able to fill it there. Our friend, Lloyd Parsons met us there the first night and thought it would be a good idea to go out and hunt for the sheep first. We went several miles up the creek bottom and were fortunate enough to find a small herd of sheep. Rick Heilman, who had the tag, put a great shot on the ewe and dropped her where she stood. The trip was off to a great start. The next day we took some John Deere gators that were loaned to us by Alan’s neighbors, the Vasbodas, and were off to find mule deer. Over the next couple of days we were able to get Rick and Joe Hoerner each a mule deer. The opportunities were plentiful as the mule deer were in the rut. We hunted all of Allan and Gale’s land and then were given the opportunity to hunt the large ranch owned by the Vasboda brothers. This country is awesome. Hunting the elevated pasture land and then riding down through the breaks to the Missouri River is an experience that our wounded vets will never forget. We would like to thank Allan and Gale, and the Vasbodas, for the wonderful opportunity they presented for our vets. We would also like to thank Lloyd Parsons, who always manages to help our hunters fill their tags and who was able to thaw the frozen water pipes supplying the house. We really appreciate the fact that he came over after dark in very cold weather to get the water up and running again. Thanks again for a wonderful trip!