Monthly Archives: December 2011

At the end of a year.

The mid day sun, alone in the sky for most of the morning, is slowly being overtaken by the broken white clouds of a mackerel sky. The tide is way out and though there has been some rain the creek … Continue reading

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The river kept going.

Before I left Maine this summer I picked up a collection of poetry by Don West titled O Mountaineers!  In it I found this tribute to the river and those men and women who live, work, hunt, fish, love, breath, … Continue reading

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Welcome to New Orleans.

One last long windy day.  Now we wait for a lift into the bayou for some welcomed rest.   Thank y’all and the river for a safe journey.

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College Point. Mile 155.

The oranges and yellows of sunset are giving way to the purple sky that precedes the stars.  Our fire crackles to life.  Though the days have been much warmer the mercury drops when the sun goes down.   From our … Continue reading

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