They’ve Been Friends for 60 Years—They’ve Figured Out What Most Men Don’t

From a Wall Street Journal story by Clare Ansberry headlined “Man, Their Bond Has Lasted a Long Time”:

Lew Wilcox and Bobby Rohrbach Jr. met in the summer of 1962, riding their bikes together in a small southern Ohio town.

These days, every Saturday, one picks the other up and they go out for breakfast, run errands and talk about families, home repairs and how the world is changing. If one can’t remember a place or name, the other can fill in because they so often lived the same story. They didn’t outgrow the other or leave the other behind and still live within about 5 miles of their childhood homes.