Have you ever stood at the top of a mountain during a sunset? A vantage point that allowed you to see where the curvature of the earth met a multicolored sky? A scene so beautiful that you wanted to share it with your friends through a photograph, but when you did, the colors seemed muted, the earth less curved, and the experience far from how you remembered it?
My friend Rick once explained that it’s because you put a frame around it.
In this Griddlesode, Ron tells the story of the life lesson he learned from watching a popular 1950s, 60s, and 70s children’s television show.
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In this Griddlesode, Ron’s father shares his memories about growing up in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
During the interview, he speaks of Coates Island in Mallets Bay on Lake Champlain. Here is a link to the article that was mentioned:Read More