Suicide Awareness for Everyone

Suicide Awareness for Everyone By canoe, I was twenty miles into the Sylvania Wilderness area on the border of Michigan and Wisconsin. It had taken a day’s paddling and a half-mile portage to get to a secluded campground on Loon Lake. One evening I was out with my fly rod teasing hungry smallmouth. I paused for quite some time to watch a black bear work the shoreline for food about a quarter mile away. It was a fine summer evening and all was calm. I noted a kayaker headed straight at me some distance way. I said to myself, “Can’t this guy see I’m fishing? He’s probably going to paddle right into my target and ask me some dumb tourist question like, ‘catch anything?’” As he got closer, I rec

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