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Sensitivity Never Hurts


Victims of an accident may appear con- fidant, initially, but inwardly they are embarrassed and gun-shy. A sensitive response is important. For example, victims of a canoe capsize should immediately change clothes, even if there is no danger of hypothermia. At the least, dry clothes will soften the sting of humiliation. Later, in camp when everyone has rested, you can analyze the event. Afterward, the incident is best not mentioned again.


Don’t Get Cocky Underestimating your skills—and those of your crew—keeps you humble and out of trouble. For example, many people consider me an expert canoeist. I say I’m “intermediate.”


Ask Yourself … Is everyone dressed for the weather? Is gear packed so that it will stay dry?


Can everyone pinpoint their position on the map? Are warm clothes, water, toilet paper, sun- screen, Band-Aids, and bug-repellant handy? Do you have some colored plastic flag- ging (available at hardware stores) to mark confusing trails? ¿


CLIFF JACOBSON is a Distinguished Eagle Scout and the author of more than a dozen popular books on the outdoors.


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