Always open to a game of Pente…
or a front row seat to view the backyard theater, starring the local repertory company of wild turkey, deer, bear, maybe even a bobcat.
There’s always a book or two on trout fishing nearby…
among other subjects.
Past communications and past times…
Fireside chats on cool evenings…
The perfect place to watch a sunset.
wowwowwow. that’s all. Such a worthwhile legacy project, Neil. Magnificent. If I were to guess at all I’d describe you as a sort of Renaissance man. Your stories are wonderful, the things you have created out of found objects and the sweat off your back… amazing. My hat is off to you, sir.
My thanks to you, but I gotta say I usually feel more Cro-magnon than Renaissance.
The literature in your bookcase there would say otherwise, Neil. lol.
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