According to Lori's husband, Scott, they've dubbed the permanent platform he constructed in a sprawling crotch of a monster white oak "The Wedgie" stand. "The white oak sits on top of a big draw that serves as a natural funnel for deer that are moving along and over the oak ridge," Scott says. "We also have a waterhole in there that really draws in a lot of deer. I was in the tree with Lori, filming her hunt, and we hadn't been there long when a coyote came in. We have a bunch of coyotes around this year, so I wanted Lori to take him if she could. The coyote was watching two squirrels, which allowed Lori to draw on him, but the arrow zipped right under his chest."