HEY MISTER, CAN YOU HELP A FELLA’ OUT?


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mister at NH Moser Park

It is that time of year when temperatures climb into the uncomfortable zone in many places in the world. Of course, some locations are miserably hot all the  time. Some people handle the heat and humidity better than others. Some of us have a very difficult time with the heat and humidity and we need all the help we can get.

mister with child playing

I imagine most of us have seen playgrounds with various sorts of water sprays, etc. for people to play in/under. Among them are what are known as “misters” as they spray a fine mist.

mister for watering vegetation

They are also used for watering vegetation in some places. We have this setup in a downtown city park. I remember the first time I ever rode thru the park when this watering system was turned on. It really felt good.

mister at NH Moser Park

In my area we have one mister installed at another city park in a neighboring community at the east end of the Maumee Pathway (which is my favorite local trail). Someone donated it to the city municipality. In the picture above the mister is on, but it is very difficult to see the fine spray in this image. Here is a close up view of it where you can see the fine mist a bit better:

mister at NH Moser Park closeup 2

It really feels good to stand in the midst of the mist as it cools ‘ya down without getting soaked. Of course, the longer one stands in the mist the wetter they get. In time a person could get soaked. So when I am hot while out riding there is a mister that can help me out. If you are fortunate to have one or more available where you ride you might enjoy it too. Just try yelling out “hey mister” and see what happens. 🙂 Hey, apparently it worked for this guy …

mister in use by cyclist 2

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Posted on June 6, 2016, in rider comfort, tadpole trikes, tips and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. What a great article! I wish we here in southwest Florida had these despite the already oppressive humidity at this time of year…The city or the state haven’t planted any shade trees for our multi use paths so when you cycle in the mornings before the cloud cover and tropical rains happen, you suffer brutal heat and searing sunshine…

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