This morning I spoke with a friend of mine who lives in Thailand. He’s been there for over 10 years. He told me he is starting to miss enough things about the United States that he’s thinking about heading back there in a year (or less). He was a big outdoors guy and grew up with a love of hunting and fishing (he and I are both avid fl y-fishermen, though hunting was never my kind of thing). He’s been like a brother to me (we’ve been friends for 17 years) and we spent a lot of time together doing…
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