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Deja vu

Have we been here before? The true Louisiana is just like the True Detective – simply watch the opening credits and you will almost feel the dust on your face… 677 more words

Travel

DREAMTIME

A prompt response for ~ Inspiration Monday: FUTURE VETERAN

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DREAMTIME

by John Yeo

Whenever I went to the village store on errands. Old Moses would always be there, sitting on his customary chair, delighting one and all with tales of the old days before the coming of the strangers from over the water. 499 more words

Flash Fiction

Huntington Beach State Park

Huntington Beach State Park is an oasis off US17, especially after sitting in stop-and-go traffic. If you travel this stretch between Georgetown and Myrtle Beach, go early. 532 more words

Nature

The Brazil Blog: #4 Campo Grande

Without doubt, the majority of my favourite destinations are usually nature hotspots in the form of forests, waterfalls, deserts or mountains. I like trekking, adventure sports and admiring greener than green landscapes. 1,001 more words

Travels

Alligator (1980, Lewis Teague)

Alligator has quite a few things going for it. Lead Robert Forster is great, Robin Riker’s solid as his love interest and sidekick, John Sayles’s script has some excellent moments in it (some of them just being the attention he pays to Forster and Riker’s relationship), the giant alligator effects are solid, Larry Bock and Ron Medico’s editing is outstanding. 498 more words

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