Wooden flute in dry climate?
Hi all, I have been playing a cocus wood flute for a little while now. I am going to be living in a cabin (no climate control) in Colorado for two months this summer to do biology field work. I’d like to bring the flute there but I was curious if the dry climate at high elevation will be bad for the flute, and if so what precautions would I need to take to make sure it doesn’t get damaged. Thanks in advance for any advice!