A time for deep joy and con­tent­ment

On a per­fect May af­ter­noon, with flow­ers in bloom and curlew over­head, it is time to give thanks for High Park

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the next morn­ing. Last month, I told you that there was only one cure for trout fever (Trem­bling mu­sic in a bright sky, 2 May); I was talk­ing com­plete rot. There is no cure at all; the only strat­egy is to sup­press the symp­toms by fish­ing as of­ten as pos­si­ble and catch­ing as many trout as pos­si­ble.

Fish­less out­ing

Ly­ing there in the grass among the vi­o­lets, I felt in tem­po­rary re­mis­sion but I knew that the fever would break out again with the next fish­less out­ing, al­low­ing me no peace or plea­sure un­til I had taught the trout

there is no cure for trout fever; merely re­mis­sion. oth­er­wise, catch as many fish as pos­si­ble

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