Over 30 years ago, Angelo Sacheli said, about a half dozen of his friends and their mentor Bob Rammell got together at the Olema Campground for Thanksgiving because they had nowhere to go for the holiday. (“We were a bunch of young guys who hung out with Bob because we all played backgammon. It really centered around backgammon,” he . . .

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