I'm planning out 2019, and I'm considering trying to double up on hunts this year. I live in Ohio, so the biggest issue I face is making the actual trip out and back. I have the points to draw a Utah general archery hunt for Mule Deer, and I'm also considering a Colorado OTC elk hunt. In a perfect world I'd devote at least a week to each one, but work and family isn't going to let that happen this year. However - I've thought about driving to Utah, hunting deer for 3-4 days, and then stopping in Colorado for 4 more days of elk on my way back home. Think that's enough time? Or would I be better off just focusing a full week on one species/location? The Utah General tag is so affordable that it makes way more sense to try it while I'm already out west, instead of trying to make two trips. Thanks!