going extinct

Our family spent the afternoon at N. Division Street in Ocean City yesterday. As the tide was coming in, I moved someone’s bags, towels, and shoes so that the tide wouldn’t soak them.  A little while later, this guy came with his two kids and thanked me for moving his things. We had a few brief conversations over the next couple of hours in between playing with our kids in the water and the sand. As were packing up to leave, we spoke for a few more minutes.  At one point in the conversation he said, “I didn’t think guys like you existed anymore.” I’m not entirely sure what he meant by that, but I hope it was a complement!


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