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Episode 108 of The Lake Demon

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Episode 108 of The Lake Demon by Ken David Stewart

"Can I get you guys any coffee or pop?" asked Winston.

"I'd wouldn't mind a coffee," said Wally. "What would you like Garry?"

"A coffee would suit me too," answered Garry.

There wasn't going to be too much room for the boy's refreshments on Winston's coffee table. The long wooden table was covered with magazines like WWE Wrestling, The Marine Biologist, National Geographic, Guitar World and Rolling Stone. There were also recent issues of Men's Health to be found somewhere in the mix. Winston also appeared to be reading at least three novels at the same time. The sofa that they were sitting on was well worn and was usually occupied by Winston's two dogs who were both lying on the orange carpet by the boys' feet. They both appeared to be very friendly dogs who were busy sniffing both Wally and Garr's runners and blue jeans.

In a few minutes Winston Stanfield returned with the boys' coffees.

"I hope you guys like Tim Horton's coffee with some International Delight creamer," said Winston.

Garry was the first one to take a sip of his coffee. "Wow, this is delicious, sir. It's much better than the coffee they give us at the mental health center."

"What you get there is good old stock institutional coffee. I know. I have some acquaintance with mental health facilities myself. Oh, by the way Garry. You don't have to call me sir. It makes me feel old and much more mature than I actually am. You can call me Winston or just, man, as far as that goes.





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