I thought that after the first time she nosed the broadhead and then stuck her head up and beside the bow that she was going to lean up and give him a kiss
or at least lick his face like she did the broadhead.
I've gotta say that he stood remarkably still under the circumstances although I'd like to see how calm he was after they walked away.
One time my hunting buddy and I were up calling elk before the season and he was standing beside a pine tree that a trail went by. The edge of the tree was on the edge of a game trail.
I was across a small draw about 100 yards away and in behind a small water hole. I called a spike elk in from about 500 yards or so and he walked right by the tree where my buddy was hiding behind.
He later said that he could have reached out and touched the elk without even straightening his arm. I will also say that he didn't speak legibly nor did he quit shaking and babbling for at least 15 minutes after the close up encounter with the elk.