It's fun to hear what people use as landmarks when discussing possible stand placement with their partner. Our most unique locations is the snowmobile hood. Jason's dad actually remembers when that was left there. He found it amusing that it still exists.
Another huge help to our navigation is the drainage ditch. It runs from town to a small pond, and is actually a property boundary. It's neat that in the winter, the deer actually follow the ditch when other times of the year they have a few particular crossings. This fall I enjoyed watching a spike buck drink out of it!
More commonly used landmarks are buck scrapes. Check out this trail camera pick of a nice deer. We have many scrapes that have been used for years. It's fun to keep track of what day they actually start getting used in the fall. Then you know the hunting should start to get more interesting.
And who names their deer stands? We have the "tall stand", the "far stand", the "wood stand". Now my uncles and cousins near Cotton have terms like "north country", "outpost", and "K knob". Those are a little more unique.
I'd love to hear what some of YOUR unique property landmarks are.