I so the same for the two landowners whose adjacent properties I hunt. I offer meat if they want it (the one who hunts declines if he has been successful), and bring them jerky and sausage which is never turned down. They also greatly appreciate receiving fish fillets from me after my summer vacation as they do not have that opportunity themselves.
Lastly, I always make my stands available to them and their friends/family whenever requested, which is not often , but I *am* their guest.
One bonus this tear was when one landowner asked if I could guide a Wounded Warrior Hunt on his property using my stands. I said H*ll yeah!", and guided two vets, one of whom was successful. I had a blast doing it, and got an opportunity to get to know more of the surrounding landowners a lot better.
Whatever you can do to show gratitude for the privilege of hunting someone else's land, do it.
David J. Snyder
Orange County, NC