There was nothing official about the funeral procession of boats rolling down the Mississippi River. You would be hard-pressed to even call this a funeral, at least in a traditional sense. It would best be described as boats getting ready for a day of redfishing, all gathering at the mouth of Southwest Pass, where the Louisiana Marsh meets the lower Mississippi River. A loose armada of boats, each with two to four anglers, coming together, to remember a friend. No pomp, no circumstance, certainly nothing official. Chris Armstrong would have liked it that way.
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