It accompanies an essay entitled "Passing It On" by Ben Leal," which begins this way:
The sun rises above the trees. The tires of the boat trailer touch the water. Over the lake, a fine mist makes morning’s air visible. After we remove the tie downs, back down the ramp, and shove the boat off the trailer, our day of fishing is about to begin. With the first turns of the motor, my son and I take our seats.
“Dad?” he asks. “Can I help you drive?”
Smiling, I tell him to join me at the motor; we’ll share the captain’s chair together. Grabbing the tiller handle, I look down at him . . . “Okay buddy, where to?”