Thursday, February 05, 2015

A Simple Gift

We had dinner last Saturday night with some friends, and were presented with this matchbook, as the fellow was getting rid of his collection. He thought it was no big deal, but we really appreciated the gift. We never had a chance to eat at any of the fine establishments that were the pride of Fred “Fuzzy” Thurston and Max McGee. Unfortunately, both the men and the restaurants gone now, but we had a chance to meet both former players in years past. Boy, a nice juicy steak would taste good about now...




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