Went back out to my new property with my hunting partner for some social distance hunting. It had rained the night before and was cloudy when we arrived and I gave him the overview of the property. To our amazement, we watched a wall of fog work its way over us as the sun set and the hogs came out. The fog came in so thick that once we located our hogs, our shooting sticks and rifles (standing up) were not visible on thermal (too wet and cooled down) and could not be seen with white light from more than 20 yards. Apparently, the cattle were social distancing as well because they were spread all over the ranch, making safe shooting difficult. We ended up watching a lot of hogs run away through the cattle. The most exciting part of the hunt was the opening salvo. My hog went down. My partner's 260 sow took three hits (front chest, side chest, mid body) from him before he could no longer swing left. One of the shots had broken the left front leg before entering the chest, causing the hog to run in an arc that would take it through our position. This hog going down soon, but the only question was whether it would be down before or after running through us. I got it dropped at 30 yards.