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Running In Fog: HeartLand Boating Humor

May 2014


Stacey, the Fish and Nuclear Orange

Stacey and I were sitting in the Chinese restaurant. It was a new buffet, with great sushi, delicate and authentic tea and, well, I go there a lot. We were enjoying our lunch together, a rare break from the daily routine. The place was packed, but I am still convinced I was the only one using chopsticks. Stacey popped some raw tuna and caviar sushi into her mouth. When she finished chewing she said, “Oh, my, that was good. Did I ever tell you about the first time Jack and I went fishing?” “Nope,” I said, pouring more tea. “But I want to hear about it.” I can drink about 18 pots of tea during a meal. OK, maybe not 18, but let’s just say that I drink so much “free” tea that I am a very good tipper. “Well,...

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Pam McDanolds has been writing "Running In Fog," a humorous look at our favorite pastime, since 2007. In her family are two kids, a black lab named Captain Nemo, a powerboat and a sailboat. Illustrations by John R. "Jack" Cassady.




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