11/25/11 - 8:21am
Sitting alone at a back table, Kit Daszynski ate turkey drenched in brown gravy. He read a worn out hardbound copy of “The Hash Knife” by Zane Grey, a 1930’s Western, as he chewed dark meat.
Before noon on Thanksgiving, Daszynski ate his dinner. It was the first year he attended Salvation Army’s dinner service hosted by the Soldotna Rotary Club.
“I had no place else to go. Well, I had other places to go but this was the best option,” he said. “The food is excellent. I like the turkey. I don’t get to eat it that often.”