barrel and scrambled up the rocky slope to when she stood on point, Emma remained pointing staunchly. I moved in and flushed another woodcock that dropped to my right barrel shot, with Emma again making the find and retrieve. Two points, two shots and hits, and two retrieves in less that 2 minutes. Here's Emma making the retrieve on the second bird.
From the top of the mountain looking down at the little patch of aspen where it all came together.
We hunted another couple of hours through nice sapling cover that failed to produce any birds.