Friendship Which Spans Both Time and Space

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Peeking out of the cottage window towards the lake through early morning drizzle, I can see the embers in the fire ring still smoldering.

It’s early October in southern Wisconsin and the trees begin to surrender their green in exchange for splashes of…

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