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They come in and over in flocks that the average waterfowler only dreams of. They are young, mostly birds of the year. They are, frankly, quite stupid. By the time they get to Mexico, they'll be smart; right now, they're trusting. You and your partner are the first to have a go at them. You've sacrificed a lot to be here. It's the trip of a lifetime.
Added by Emily Elbert on September 5, 2018 at 2:12pm — No Comments
Not too many years ago, campers, with few exceptions, were hardy males who claimed to relish leaky tents, frequently sodden blankets, insects, under or overdone food, and assorted hardships. To the non camper, this experience seemed nothing short of barbaric self-torture.
It was a rare sight indeed to see the lady of the house heading for the…