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Critique: Story of Carl Carey, fisherman, a classic

Billy Joe Fudge writes:
Everything about this posting is a classic and I enjoyed it much! - Billy Joe Fudge
Comments re article 89997 Fishing for trout from a chair by the Cumberland River

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Scenic Cumberland Co., KY: Mighty Cumberland River

2017-04-15 - Bank Street, Burkesville, Cumberland County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, .
Near Carl Carey's Fishing Place: Spring flowers drape the bank of Bank Street and the mighty Cumberland River seen through the gumbo/slingshot tree trunk, and even from this diminishing perspective, one can see that, as Maxey Oakes said, "The Cumberland River is a big river." Sorry, Ray Hutchison, Jimmy Firquin, Billy Ballou, and even the late Dr. Billy K. Neat, you erred in disputing Mr. Oakes' assessment. It is a big river. And sorry, Flower People, the foreground focus may not be good enough to ID, but we'd like to know. - EW. Photo Fri 14 Apr 2016

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