I’ve never lived anywhere besides Alaska where babies to the elderly don camouflage on a daily basis. In Alaska you never know when you might need to disappear into the foliage, whip out your gun, and shoot a wild animal.
Alaskan camo isn’t reserved solely for jackets, and pants, and scarves, and shirts, and hats, and fishing poles, and backpacks, and camera covers, and key chains, and gun cases, and gloves, and tarps, and tents, and bed spreads and onesies. In Alaska you can even buy camo wallpaper, light switches, and shelf paper. I mean come on, it’s wild and scary Alaska – you never know when you might need to shoot an animal inside your pantry.