“Your supervisors didn’t believe your story about your diver’s encounter with Ogopogo, did they gramps?” asked Wally already knowing the answer.
“Of course not. At least they would never say publicly that they believed me. They feared that if they sided with me they would be laughed at and possibly disciplined by their bosses. On second thought it’s highly unlikely they believed my story at all. They probably have me labelled as some eccentric old fool. We only have free speech in this country if we’re willing to suffer the consequences,” answered Winston as the breeze blew through his hair,
“Some people might say you’re not a good role for us,” joked Wally as he buttoned up his windbreaker,
“And they’d probably be right,” said Winston with a twinkle in his eye.
“It’s getting a little chilly on deck. I think I’ll put on a windbreaker,” said Wally.