Posted: March 6, 2014 | By: Larry LaRue [The News Tribune]
As fish stories go, Lloyd Livernash has a great one, lacking only a fish.
“My dad and uncle worked the sawmill in Buckley, and once or twice a year we’d drive down to Point Defiance, rent a rowboat and go fishing,” Livernash said. “The year I turned 11, we all went fishing around Washington’s birthday.”
This was in 1939 — 75 years ago.
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