Dr. Robert E. Wilson's favorite fishing spot has been Maroon Lake for more than 60 years.

It's where he taught his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren how to fly fish.

So, a Colorado Springs artist, Geoffrey Keating made a bench dedicated to him on Nov. 4, according to The Aspen Times.

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Dr. Wilson wrote a quote to put on the bench.

"Rest, restore, revel in grandeur.
Possess the treasured moment.
Know, you are the keeper of the pristine."

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This isn't the first bench you'll see in Aspen with the last name Wilson.

Dr. Robert E. Wilson's wife, who passed away from cancer, has a bench dedicated to her at the Aspen Pedestrian Mall. It says, "Lu Lynn Green Wilson Loved Aspen."

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The couple now each has a bench in a town that holds a lot of meaning to the both of them.

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