By Kurt Krueger
SITTING around the campfire on a night last weekend, the hunting seasons almost upon us, the boys got to sharing information about the deer and grouse and ducks they’d come across during summer.
Coming from die-hard hunters who live for the cooler days and nights of autumn, the surprise of the night were complaints about where the heck summer went and how we got to late August in such a hurry.
It was far from a frosty late-summer night with the warm spell that moved in for the weekend, yet it was cool enough that the warmth of the fire felt darn good.
There’s more to a campfire than staying warm,