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Is This Self-Quarantine Getting You Down? Go Fishing With Your Kids!

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Son Miguel watches over his grandchildren, Ryder and Willow Klinkhardt, as they catch blue gill and crappies in their backyard pond. “Hey guys, are those big enough to eat?” asked Grandma Lucy.
Son Miguel watches over his grandchildren, Ryder and Willow Klinkhardt, as they catch blue gill and crappies in their backyard pond. “Hey guys, are those big enough to eat?” asked Grandma Lucy.

It’s been quite a show to watch how adaptable so many citizens are, especially when we’ve been cooped up in our homes for the past eight weeks. (I often have to ask, “What day is it?”) TV news has been showing what the neighbors have been doing. There’ve been car parades to help celebrate birthdays, …

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