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The May 24th Practice Search

A wet, soggy but enthusiastic group emerged from the bush after our first practice search of the season. I discovered, much to my chagrin that even expensive rain gear is not completely waterproof. The old-fashioned felt, lumberjack shirt saved my day. Leather gloves turn into sponges when they are wet. Perhaps mink oil or dubbin would help keep them dry, (next time we will try that).

The new radios worked out very well. We were able to stay in touch with the base and each end of the search line. I had a chance to try out my new GPS and was very pleased with the results. Hopefully the next practice search will not be so wet. Many thanks to Senior Constable Chris Sheppard and all the team members who came out on a very wet Saturday morning.