American Bushman

"If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either write things worth reading or do things worth writing." —Benjamin Franklin

Monday, September 11, 2006

Go with what you've got.

I was talking to my good friend Pup (Billy Cochrane) the other night about nothing in particular and he mentioned that Mississippi is having its worst drought in years and I mentioned how we are getting rain, rain, and more rain.

Their farmers are screaming for it and we're screaming for it to stop.

It would have been a lousy weekend to be camping in either location.

Here you'd be faced with the challenge of keeping your gear and yourself dry (feet especially seem to suffer during wet conditions) and there you'd be looking for water sources and ways to keep yourself cool and hydrated.

Whatever weather you face when you're outdoors you'd better be prepared to simply avoid it or endure it.

My opinion? Better to be rained on outdoors than dry indoors.

Thanks for reading,



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