Raising Camp Dularge Final Day


They were already getting after it when I arrived at 7:30 a.m. Now that the 8×8 pilings have settled in the concrete, they have to be cut level. First a level line is marked and then drawn. Then pilings are … Continue reading

Creole Queen Riverboat Wedding


My book has led me to lots of new places where I’ve met lots of great and interesting people.  Some of them have become friends.  The year the book came out, I received an email from a woman wanting to … Continue reading

Christmas Eve Revisited, Part 2


We have always leaned on the side of conservatism when it comes to gift giving.  And there were several reasons for that–one being monetary for most of their formative years. So when Dotter and MuzicMan approached me about the possibility … Continue reading