By Salena Zito, ,
Published July 01, 2018
OHIOPYLE, PA. — For eight years Jim Oppman has prided himself on arriving at the Wilderness Voyageurs Beer and Gear Festival before anyone else, staking his place first in line before the crowds rush in.
This year, he got beat by a group of 20-somethings.
“Sometimes you have to pass the torch,” says Oppman, 51, smiling and pointing to the youths ahead of him.
In return, they raise their cups in respect.
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