Yeah, I have that problem out here too. The only difference is that we don't get the mugginess and the bugs that you get in the south. I spent 5 months in Charleston in the 90's, but luckily it was from Oct to March.
Dont have that problem out here anymore, its been in the low 50's and raining in the lower elevations and snowing like mad up in the hills, we have had something like 4.5 - 5' of snow above 4000'. yesterday was dry but now the wet stuff is back for the next 7 days atleast. the ski resorts out here are loving it and plan to open this weekend.
It is a little warmer than normal but not too bad. I wore long underwear and layers with a light jacket yesterday. I took off the jgloves, acket and hat at noon because it warmed up, but by three it got chilly again and I put it all back on.
So it's early September and you just took your first elk with a bow! Chances are you are feeling pretty good at this point. You get all your trophy pictures taken and the adrenaline starts to wear off. Now you start to think about the massive chore at hand. You have your work cut out for you! This early in the fall, chances are it's going to be hot when you go to field dress your animal. One of the complications that hot weather brings forth is BUGS. They will land on you and your animal, lay...