Dad: This is going to be a great camping trip. I haven't been to this mountain since I was a young boy. Oh, I remember how peaceful it was and how great everything smelled. And the fishing was fantastic! My brother and I used to catch huge fish and fry them over the fire.
Daughter: Yeah, Dad, we've heard this story since we were babies. We know- peaceful scenery, good smell, fish, everything. I'm glad we're finally going to go so you can relive your old memories. You aren't going to make me fish with you though, are you?
Dad: Of course you are going to fish. You'll love it! Putting the worm on the hook... standing out in the cold water... waiting until the fish take a bite. Hmm... on second thought, maybe you won't like it so much. Why don't you just cook the fish for tonight's dinner?
Daughter: I guess I could do that. Anyway, when are we going to be there? I feel like we've been driving for hours.
Dad: It's just around this corner. You'll really love it. Hey, wait a minute! What's this shopping center doing in my old fishing spot?!?
relive- live the same way again, do something again
make me- require me to do something
worm- small, long, and thin soft creature that lives in the dirt, it has no legs and fish like to eat it
hook- sharp curved metal piece for catching fish
on second thought- after I think about it for a minute I realize...