This is why President Theodore Roosevelt used to go skinny-dipping in the Potomac River when he was trapped in D.C. It’s the original foundation of natural health.
The boy was reserved, but Dad gushed all the details. He told me where they were hunting and what they’d seen. I smiled and nodded, enjoying their enthusiasm, but then Dad continued to tell me about his son actually shooting the duck.
It’s something my dad told me that’s really stuck with me through my entire hunting life. He said, “Son, when you come in from a day’s hunt you take care of your dog, your game, your guns and then yourself—in that order.”
If you value your firearms, the days of simply storing guns in an unlocked closet or on display in a glass-fronted gun cabinet are gone.