The Pacific Northwest is a beautiful place to hike and camp in the outdoors. Residents flock to REI to snag up some overpriced gear and drive off to a campsite, directly off of I5 where they can hear the wonderful sounds of cars driving by and sirens a blazing. This summer activity is a real boom for the local economies too.
Hiking comes with dangers that must be known to anyone who wants to venture into the woods. Studies have shown that 41% of 8 people go into the woods unprepared for the voyage. "Hiking accidents happen all the time," according to a source. This source went in to say the following,"When I'm pretty much sick of dating someone I take them on a hiking trip." He went on to say,"By that I typically mean an 'accident' happens and I don't have to deal with their shit anymore."
This source that isn't me went on to say,"Sometimes we will be hiking along a large drop off and my hiking 'pal' will 'fall' off of the cliff. Then I will be like 'oh my' or 'golly gee oh no' and I will run off for help. Other hikers will be worried too and say things like 'how?' and 'we should help' to which I respond with various other words."
Safety is key when hiking in the woods. One should make sure their footing is always secure around large drop offs and that their throats don't end up strangling themselves - terrible when those kinda accidents happen - says this reporter. Keep it safe out there hikers - the woods and your loving spouses can't wait to spend some alone time with you!