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Thankful, part 4

It’s Thanksgiving Week and I’ve got tons of things to be thankful for. My family and I  are very Blessed. I give thanks for that every day. I’ve also got quite a list of things I’m thankful for – present and past – when it comes to the outdoors. I’m sure you do to. This … Continue reading

Thankful, part 3

It’s Thanksgiving Week and I’ve got tons of things to be thankful for. My family and I are very Blessed. I give thanks for that every day. I’ve also got quite a list of things I’m thankful for – present and past – when it comes to the outdoors. I’m sure you do to. This … Continue reading

Thankful, part 2

It’s Thanksgiving Week and I’ve got tons of things to be thankful for. My family and I  are very Blessed. I give thanks for that every day. I’ve also got quite a list of things I’m thankful for – present and past – when it comes to the outdoors. I’m sure you do to. This … Continue reading

Thankful (part 1)

As always on Sunday, first we’ll share a Bible verse:  “Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name. For the LORD is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations.”  – Psalm 100 * * * * * * … Continue reading

Water is Union Parish’s middle name

Water is Union Parish’s middle name. At least it should be. That’s why the new Union Museum of History and Art is set to open Dec. 9 with its first exhibit as “Celebrating the Waters of Union Parish”. In the past 50 years, that has centered a lot around Lake D’Arbonne. But before that, D’Arbonne … Continue reading

Fresh Duck

Okay, Jack, you can try to act like you aren’t eaten up with Duck Dynasty, but I know the truth. Even when an old episode comes on, I bet you pause the TV clicker and watch a few minutes and laugh. Let’s face it, the true faith and family theme of the show is a … Continue reading

Hunter orange

With deer hunting season underway, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries reminds deer hunters that the wearing of hunter orange (fluorescent orange) clothing is not only required by law, it is a very important safety practice.  During the open firearms season for deer, any hunter in possession of buckshot, slugs, primitive firearm or centerfire … Continue reading

SUMOfest 2014

Fellowship. Seeing old friends. Fish stories. Regular stories. Half stories (now, where was I?). Oh yea, bantering about football games from Tulane to Harvard to LSU to whichever team wins, as is the favorite for one fair weather SUMO. Good times.  Who am I kidding? It’s about food. No food, no stories, bantering, fellowship, etc. … Continue reading

All bigmouths aren’t bass….

Colossians 3:8 “But now you must put them all away: anger, wrath, malice, slander, and obscene talk from your mouth.”

Don’t text and fish

George should know better. My unflappable fishing partner knows that I’m competitive enough without any extra motivation. Then, a few days ago, he sends me this text message on his way to the lake to go fishing: “Biggest fish or most fish? You choose. Loser washes the other contestants truck. By the way, bring soapy … Continue reading

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