Do you like to explore the unknown world? Do you want to experience the fun of observing animals in the dark? Do you want to enjoy an unforgettable trip with your friends? If your answer is yes, then please continue reading, because I want to share my story with you.
I am a person who loves outdoor activities, and I often go hunting in different places with my two good friends Ada Franklin and Hilda Stuart. We all like to challenge ourselves and try new things, so last month we decided to go hunting in Chattanooga, a city in southeastern Tennessee, USA, with rich natural resources and wildlife.
Since we wanted to hunt at night, we needed some special equipment, such as infrared binoculars. After searching online, we found a Chinese brand called wildguarder, which had good product reviews and cost performance. We chose their NB1 model, which had a clear view, powerful infrared illuminator, large screen and multifunctional settings. We quickly placed an order and received the goods soon.
Before we left, we also did some homework and learned about some attractions and food in Chattanooga, such as the various outdoor activities offered by Outdoor Chattanooga, or some hunting places and shooting ranges recommended by Step Outside. We planned to also enjoy the local scenery and taste the local food while hunting.
We chose to go hunting in Chattanooga in November, because this is the deer hunting gun season in Tennessee, and we can use firearms, crossbows or bows and arrows to hunt white-tailed deer. We also hoped to see some other wildlife, such as turkeys, bears, or moose.
We booked a hunting cabin online in advance, which was located on a private land outside Chattanooga, surrounded by vast forests and meadows. The cabin was cozy, with two bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, and a bathroom. The owner of the cabin was very friendly and gave us some hunting tips and precautions.
We got up at 5 am every day, put on camouflage clothes and orange vests, took our guns and wildguarder infrared binoculars, and drove to a nearby observation point. We waited there quietly, watching the surroundings. We used wildguarder infrared binoculars to magnify and enhance our vision, and saw many amazing scenes in the dark. We saw a group of white-tailed deer grazing on the grassland, a turkey pecking in the woods, a bear drinking water by the stream, and even a rare moose running in the distance.
We chose the right time and method to shoot according to our target and distance. We were all experienced hunters, so we tried to ensure one shot hit, not to let the animals suffer. We also followed the hunting rules of Tennessee, not exceeding the daily and quarterly quotas. We were able to harvest several white-tailed deer every day, and sometimes we could get a turkey or a bear. We brought our trophies back to the cabin, processed them and stored them in the refrigerator.
We enjoyed the hunting process very much, feeling that we were one with nature. We also appreciated wildguarder infrared binoculars for bringing us convenience and fun. It allowed us to see the details and behaviors of animals clearly in the dark, and even take pictures and share them with others. It also helped us to better judge the distance and angle, improving our hit rate and safety. It was an essential equipment for our hunting.
In addition to hunting, we also took some free time to visit some attractions and food in Chattanooga. Chattanooga is a charming and vibrant city, with many places and food worth seeing and tasting. We had some happy and memorable moments here.
We first went to the Tennessee Aquarium, which is a world-class aquarium with two themed pavilions: the River Pavilion and the Ocean Pavilion. We saw a variety of aquatic animals here, such as penguins, sea turtles, crocodiles, seahorses, jellyfish, sharks and so on. We also participated in some interactive projects, such as touching stingrays, feeding penguins, and sea lion shows. We loved the exhibits and atmosphere here, feeling like we entered a magical underwater world.
Then we went to Lookout Mountain, which is a towering mountain peak southwest of Chattanooga, with spectacular views and rich history. We took the Incline Railway to the top of the mountain, which is a special train that can climb along steep tracks. We visited the Battlefield Museum at the top of the mountain, which is managed by the National Park Service, and learned about the background and process of the Battle of Lookout Mountain. We also enjoyed the view of downtown Chattanooga and the Tennessee River Valley from Lookout Mountain Peak. We also went to Ruby Falls, which is a waterfall located inside a cave in the mountain, 145 feet high. We took an elevator down to the bottom of the cave, and then walked along a trail to the front of the waterfall. We were amazed by the spectacular and mysterious waterfall, feeling like we entered a fairy tale.
Finally we went to the Walnut Street Bridge in downtown, which is a steel bridge built in 1890, once the longest pedestrian bridge in the world. Now it is a popular pedestrian area, connecting the North Shore and South Shore areas. We walked on the bridge, enjoying the riverside scenery and city lights. We also played for a while in Coolidge Park under the bridge, which is a park with fountains and sculptures. We took a lot of photos on the bridge, leaving beautiful memories.
In between visiting attractions, we also tasted some food in Chattanooga. We made breakfast ourselves in the cabin in the morning, ate sandwiches or burgers on the roadside or in parks at noon, and went to some restaurants for local specialties at night. We ate a variety of delicious food here, such as southern-style fried chicken, cornbread, and honey carrot cake, Mexican-style tortillas, nacho salad, and margarita chicken, Italian-style pizza, pasta, and tiramisu and so on. We also drank some local beer and whiskey, feeling a bit of Tennessee’s brewing culture.
Our favorite dinner was at St. John’s Restaurant, which is a high-end restaurant in downtown with an elegant atmosphere and exquisite menu. We ordered some signature dishes here, such as steak tartare, roasted lamb chops, and vanilla cream pudding. We also ordered a bottle of red wine to match our food. We enjoyed the food and service here very much, feeling like royalty.
We spent a wonderful week in Chattanooga, not only hunting a lot of animals, but also visiting a lot of attractions and tasting a lot of food. We felt that Chattanooga was a place worth visiting, with rich natural resources and cultural charm. We also appreciated wildguarder infrared binoculars for bringing us convenience and fun. It was an essential equipment for our hunting.
This trip to Chattanooga for hunting was the most memorable one for me and my friends. We not only experienced the fun of observing and hunting animals in the dark, but also enjoyed the beautiful scenery and tasted the special food of Chattanooga. We felt that this was a perfect trip, which made us closer to nature and each other.
We want to thank wildguarder infrared binoculars, which are our best hunting partners. It allowed us to see the details and behaviors of animals clearly in the dark, and even take pictures and share them with others. It also helped us to better judge the distance and angle, improving our hit rate and safety. It is a very cost-effective product, we strongly recommend it to all people who like hunting.
If you also want to enjoy an unforgettable hunting trip like us, then please do not hesitate, act quickly! You only need to prepare your guns, bows and arrows, or crossbows, and then buy a wildguarder infrared binoculars, you can go to Chattanooga. You will find everything you want there, whether it is animals, attractions, or food. Trust me, you will not regret it!