Archery season for deer hunters began in the Midwest recently. Outdoor sports and camping are a rite-of-passage for the young in that region. Our son once compiled this list as a teenager who was finding identity in outdoor sports, especially deer hunting. Be sure to check out the tongue-in-cheek paragraph at the end. (I was his English teacher.)
Camp Site: A 40 x 40 piece of rocky ground which people pay money for, so they can build a fire, set up a tent and eavesdrop on the 200 other campers populating the “peaceful, natural setting” in the 150-yard radius around them.
I hope that you have enjoyed this collection of terms and have found a bit of insight into the world of outdoor living. I would like to thank my English teacher who didn’t assign this for homework and who has burned into my brain that prepositions are not something you should end sentences with.
How about you? Have any outdoor terms you could add to Budgie's list?