Birds of the Bayou . . .

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or the birds whose space we invaded while fishing this recently. This is a dead-end canal, and the amount of birds in this 100-yard stretch is pretty amazing. This isn’t the best photo ever, but it speaks to the beauty and serenity … Continue reading

Post Hurricane Challenges . . .

or . . . Which is worse?  No washer and dryer or no internet at place of residence? If you blog and post photos,  you know how important it is to have your favorite “image editor” on your own computer, … Continue reading

Camp Dularge Updates

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Even though my “real” home is not yet livable, post Hurricane Rita, my goal of finishing this old house project and getting the house elevated looms in the near future. While waiting my turn on the elevation list, a last … Continue reading

Point of Vue Takes a Wetland Tour

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This week I had the distinct pleasure of meeting the handsome, young editor of POV magazine.  This tour was scheduled to take place on September 5th, but as you well know, I was evacuated at that time and waiting to … Continue reading

Sunday Afternoon on the Bayou

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Sunday.  The day of rest. Does that include fishing? My daughter and son-in-law came down after church for grilled hamburgers.  Rach usually has this awesome naturally curly hair, but in honor of the cold front, she put the flat iron … Continue reading