Old fishing gear

During a recent cleaning spree, items found included these old reels and vintage lures.

Have you ever thought about the number of new vehicles you’ve purchased throughout your life? Did they get you to your destination any better than the old ones? Sure, the level of comfort may have been better, along with the ride and looks. Truth be known, those old vehicles were just fine.

My wife and I have been on a cleaning spree. We have either sold or donated items we no longer use. Many were still functional. We still have and use a refrigerator that is more than 25 years old. It’s definitely not as glamorous as the new ones, but it still performs well.

Capt. David Dillman is a columnist for The Daily News.

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