Still Fishing — When I was a kid, my parents would take us camping with their very good friends. My dad and his buddy would fish all day and drink Olympia beer. Fast-forward a few decades; I went up to their fishing spot. I’m walking along the bank, thinking about them, and what do I find? Two faded, pull-top cans of Olympia. I knew right then that they were still up there fishing.
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