Necessity of the Net
I speak only for those of us who live in the jungle. Rabbit hats, disembodied down feathers and snowcone ice all over the ground are totally foreign to me. However, in those same frigid lands the warmer seasons are often plagued by biting black flies and mosquitos.
In most of America mosquitos carry encephalitis (which killed my young brother 40 years ago), yellow fever, dengue fever, hemorraghic plague and many other viruses. A bug net is absolutely essential in most places.
"Trifles make perfection, and perfection is no trifle."