One of the finest pieces of writing that has graced the Travel Section in many years is the one under Vacation Memories Sept. 13. "When father and son shared a walk along the steep cliffs of life," by William C. Brisick, brought back vivid memories of 1974 when my wife, who recently passed away, and I shared a small apartment in Rapallo, which we used as a base for many sorties in our camper. We traveled to various parts of Europe and North Africa, from Copenhagen to Fez, and from Edinburgh to Budapest.
I was particularly touched by the conclusion of the article, as I could empathize with the writer due to my recent loss. I do hope that Brisick will again have occasion to share a vacation memory with us.
San Juan Capistrano