posted on June 15, 2014 14:02
A not-so-funny thing happened to Mike Flanigan of Conneaut, Ohio, on the way to his deer stand last Oct. 27. When he arrived at his tree, the stand wasn't there.
Understandably upset, he could've walked back to his truck to stew in his own juices for a few hours while his friend and son hunted.
Instead, he channeled his inner squirrel – or maybe his 10-year-old self – and found a tree he could climb.
Had he done the former, his bank account might've suffered only the cost of replacing the treestand. He wound up having to pay another few hundred dollars to commemorate the day he discovered the theft.
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