I spent the first 19 years of my life on a farm, 2 years in the Army, 20 years as a carpenter, and 15 years mowing. I have been outside for many years, but I always wear a cap and I have wore hearing protection for the past 4 years that also covers my ears. Ears are one thing that gets skin cancer very easy, so protect them some how. I haven't used anything on my arms all these years, but I guess I've been lucky. Not all people are this lucky, but I don't look like a worn out boot either. Most people are surprised I'm 56 and tell me I don't look that old. Maybe they are just being kind.
You can never be to safe. <p>I notice around here that people with dark skin wear long sleeves even when it's 100 degrees, so it has to be to protect their skin from the sun. I know they can't be cold walking behind a W/B on a 100 degree day. Anyway, be safe.<p>----------<br><a href="http://www.townserver.com/elm/">Eric@ELM</a><p><p>