You'll need something that will keep your powder or Pyrodex pellets dry and readily accessible, such as a powder horn, as the traditionalists call them. A flask, either in the classic tear-drop shape or the popular cylinder shape, is what you need.
Does your camo lose its color after a few washings? Mine used to, until ol' Jim Crumley set me straight. He said that you can protect the color of your camo by following a few steps, and that you should treat your camo like you treat a fine bow or shotgun.
It's one of the greatest challenges facing every hunter. No, it's not calling in that longbeard or figuring out how to get the tightest pattern out of your shotgun. It's finding a good place to hunt. While a small handful of hunters own their own land and even more are able to join hunt clubs and leases, many others search every year for that perfect spot. And for a lot of these hunters, it means finding good public land.
If you haven't already done so, drop them a card or note of thanks, pull some wild turkey from the freezer and run it by their house; or better yet, stop long enough to enjoy a meal together. Show you value their land and the permission they grant you to use it by helping with off-season chores.
Teach a child what turkey signs looks like. Teach them the difference between gobbler and hen tracks.