He'd chosen a small, clearly defined drive area below camp, a moist, brushy draw creasing the hillside. It was bordered on the east by a wood road and on the other three sides by cropland and open meadows.Norm's map was ornately penciled, showing where deer trails accessed the draw. Circles, Xs, and dotted lines indicated the exact locations of standers, drivers, and routes. Norm instructed the drivers to walk for three minutes to alert the deer to our presence and then to stand silent to make the deer nervous before moving again. He had each one of us repeat the designated times for the start and the end of the drive and explain back to him exactly how we would reach our assigned positions without spooking deer before the drive began.