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Old Jul 26, 2015, 6:23 PM   #1
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Old Jul 27, 2015, 7:37 PM   #2
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What a wonderful image. You can almost hear the gentleness in the mans voice as he shows the youngster the fine art of fishing..
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Old Jul 27, 2015, 9:56 PM   #3
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Thank you - it's a wonderful way to pass a quiet, hot Sunday.
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I wholeheartedly agree with this scene. Its been a hot summer here like many other places and that scene is certainly refreshing.
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I can relate to these images. Our A/C went out last Wednesday and, although we are at the coast, temps and humidity are high and there has been little on-shore flow of breeze. Fishing under a shade tree looks very inviting.
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Thank you!

This scene is beating the heat in 2 ways - first, it's under that big, beautiful, shady oak tree and second, it's up in the mountains (hinted at in the first picture).

Walter - I sympathize with you! I don't have air conditioning and there have days this summer that I've thought seriously about getting it, or moving to the beach. Normally 6,000 feet is high enough to be comfortable at night, but not recently.
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