Nope, although I can't say I haven't picked up the pace a bit to get there. I still get a rush seeing one and want to get the most out of it. If I am shed hunting with my son and he is in the immediate area, I generally will not say anything and take my time getting there, hoping he spies it too. Might as well be both of us getting the rush of seeing it as I don't care who gets to claim it. No matter how tough of a day we have, he will run if he sees one and I get a chuckle out of it. He likes to compete. He has wised up to me when I try to steer him to a certain spot or catches me smirking when he spots one I've already seen , so I've got to be sneekier. The boy has a competitive spirit and does just fine on his own though, but I've got a soft spot for the team.
I just hope when this body can't keep up to the young body let alone run for a shed, he'll remember that and let me find/claim a few!! If not, I still got a few tricks up my sleeve and he knows I am not above pushing him in a snow bank to show him who is top dog when it comes to getting a shed. Just hope he never gets bigger then me and I find myself in a snow bank!!