|Photo, Floating British Columbia's Elk River (photo: Chad Shmukler)|
Drift Boat Etiquette: Rules of the Road
by Joe Demalderis, Hatch Magazine, May 21, 2015
In its simplest form, etiquette is nothing more than doing the right thing at the right time given a particular situation. Some of these rules have been written down, but most have not. So without a formal written code how do we know the correct conduct for a particular situation? Generally, determining the right thing to do -- following the rules of etiquette -- can usually be accomplished by leveraging common sense and always taking into consideration how you'd like to be treated if your role in the situation at hand was reversed.