Author Archives: nardclaar

Journey

A journey is a start and an end. The travel may be across the country or around a table or through a mind. A birth is a start of a journey, a death an end. Humans want to control everything, … Continue reading

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ICHETUCKNEE SPRINGS

A day in the Southern Piney woods on the porch of a log cabin near a deep Spring porch swing and 2 fine rocking chairs. after a gray morning and a bit of rain the late afternoon grew shadows and … Continue reading

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Cazan Hotel

n the heart of Cajun country, Mamou La is known for Zydeco music, crayfish, and rice fields. In the center of town is the Cazan Hotel. Historical place and wonderful people. They want to make you feel at home.

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Texas

MUDDY WATER FILLS BORROW DITCHES CREEKS OVERFLOW FIELDS TO PONDS SKY FAST MOVING SHADES OF GRAY HUMIDITY IS HIGH BEEN 30 HOURS OF RAIN 5 DAYS IN TEXAS 7 DAYS OF RAIN WINDS CHANGE BUT ALWAYS BLOW LOTS OF TRUCKS … Continue reading

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Louisana

So, sitting in a diner eating breakfast in Louisana. The top story on the tv screen is that this state hit rock bottom with the lowest quality of life and worst state to live in. I can not argue with … Continue reading

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South Eastern Texas

Riding Adventure Cycling Associations Southern Tier Route. Kirbyville United Methodist Church offers lodging, camping for bicyclists. Jim Strickland is your host. On down the road, You run into Mechanical problems you cannot fix. Having a cell phone you call the … Continue reading

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Bicycle Riding on the Southern Tier Route

Pedal, pedal, pedal. Back roads with low traffic. Fields of grass. Hillsides of trees. Big thicket goes for miles. Miles of hills rolling to call it the hill country. A bicycle always makes me smile. Move slow to see and … Continue reading

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