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When the Lilies Bloom

Posted by: Larry Bozka on March 29th, 2008

A quick look in the backyard confirms it. The Easter lilies are blooming. There’s your sign, coastal angler. It’s trout time. Capt. Tom Holliday has been gone for several years now. Still, every March, when the blood-red blooms of the lilies burst forth from the greenery below the big tallow tree outside the master bedroom [...]

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