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Chapter 9: Down in Louisiana, just about a mile from Texarkana

The following day the skies in Belton had cleared up. My aim was to make it to Texarkana on the Texas / Arkansas border by the end of the day, so I set out north towards Dallas. 737 more words

Motorcycle

Saturday Odds & Sods: A Mess Of Blues

There’s a system forming in the Gulf, which has led to the inevitable widespread panic on social media. And I’m not talking about the jam band either. 1,524 more words

Adrastos

New Orleans - Cougar Country

Song Recommendation – Magic Dance – David Bowie

The first thing you notice about New Orleans is the sweltering humidity. The kind where a thick layer of sweat forms almost as soon as you step outside. 932 more words

Travelling Solo

The Thrill of Booking

I was recently accepted to speak at a conference in New Orleans in the Fall on my thesis. It’s the same conference I went to in Savannah, and I’m loving having these opportunities to get together with other academics and talk about popular culture. 166 more words

The End of May~Doorway Into Summer

Every year I taught Elementary School, when Memorial Day came we teachers could be sure of one thing–when students returned from their 3-day weekend, school would essentially be over. 109 more words

New Orleans

Trying To Embrace Summer

. . .in August in Mississippi there’s a few days somewhere about the middle of the month when suddenly there’s a foretaste of fall, it’s cool, there’s a lambence, a soft, a luminous quality to the light, as though it came not from just today but from back in the old classic times. 

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