On Imperfect Fathers and the Outdoors

For us imperfect fathers, Matt Crawford says, “just being there is some sort of act of contrition.”
“I don’t remember those days afield as delivering any sort of epiphany; I just remember that, by and large, those were some of the most enjoyable moments I’ve spent with my father…. We talked about the little things, really. On their own they mean nothing, but in total those conversations mean everything.” In the Burlington Free Press.

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