“Storm on Chelan” is written in my notes – but is it also on Horace’s slide. I am not longer sure. Did I speculate that this was an immoderate moment on that long lake or did Sykes name it so? Normally I would use quote marks only when I am quoting someone else. But there is also that convention of putting quotables between those marks even when we make them up. Don’t know for the moment which it is.

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