Thinking warmth? Think safety first
It seemed we had hardly hit the bunks in the remote, north woods cabin when the commotion made me forget how sick I was suddenly feeling.
In the dimly-lit cabin I watched one of my fishing companions stagger into a kitchen table, bounce off the wall and land on all fours. He crawled out the doorway, leaving the door wide open on a chilly, May night.
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