Agog Over Outdoors Garb

Gary Lewis pokes fun at the excessive concern displayed by U.S. outdoorsmen and sportsmen over their outerwear. Tips: don’t wear Realtree camo in Canada, where it will elicit laughs, or in Africa, where it is likely to get you shot. “Growing up in southwest Washington, we fished for steelhead in December. You looked like a logger, except you donned hip waders that filled up with water and a vest bulging with coiled lead and stained with salmon eggs. To complete the ensemble, you tucked a dish towel into your belt so you could wipe your hands.” In Oregon’s The Register-Guard.

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