03/05/15 - 3:23pm
Author’s note: This column first appeared in the Clarion on Sept. 23, 1993. It has been edited slightly for brevity. — LP
One advantage of living outside a city is that you can hunt and shoot in your own backyard, right?
Sometimes, yes. Other times, maybe. Often, you shouldn’t.
Most of us who live “in the country” do so for one good reason: We can afford to own more land, which — we hope — will give us more peace, quiet and privacy than we’d get in the city.