As Summer dwindles and temperatures drift into a cooler range, many of use are preparing for a change in our routine. For families, fall means “back to school” and the reinstatement of a morning wake-up and time schedule. For families with student athletes, it also means a return to regular physical activity and sports practices. This also holds true for those of us with outdoor hobbies; we may begin to act strangely as deer or elk season approaches. Hours may be spent poring over maps and charts, mimicking strange animal noises that disturb the rest of the house and . . .