Stay Out Of The Creek And Other Old Timey Advice For The Dog Days Of Summer In West Virginia
The dog days of summer have arrived: that hot, humid time of year when all your get-up-and-go got up and left. “The hot days of dog days,” some call them… and it’s a fitting name, especially this year (heat wave, we’re looking at you)!
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Did you hear any of these growing up? What else did your folks have to say about the dog days of summer? Don’t worry though, there’s still plenty to do around West Virginia even without going wading.