Never felt comfortable in the middle of a lake.
Always was a good strong swimmer so that never concerned me.
I guess it was from all the BS stories my older cousins told me about giant catfish and gar when I was stayed with them one summer on the lake of the Ozarks when I was twelve.
The mask is more to reduce the exhaled air than to stop incoming air.
This is not to say the mask doesn't help with the later.
If everyone wore masks and wore them properly this virus could be greatly reduced.
One of the things not mentioned here is hands.
It has been a fact long before this...
You can call it fear if you want but I would rather think of wearing a mask as common sense.
Especially when the prez and a lot of his lackey governors, my state included, have failed to set down working guidelines.
First it was and still is feed the public BS fear mongering while doing nothing...
A lot of people are making masks. Some for profit and others just trying to do something by sharing.
A group here has come up with several designs that while not one hundred percent are pretty good.
My wife and some others use a non woven interface between two layers of quilter's cotton.
One time there was an intermittent clunk coming from the rear third member on my FJ40. Turned out a couple bolts worked loose on the ring gear and would hit the edge of the banjo part of the axle housing.
Congratulations and my condolence.
"made floor mats from horse stall mats from tractor supply “help with heat and noise”.
Picture of rig and mats.
It is customary to also show picture of wife and or girlfriend or at least somebody's wife and or girlfriend.