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Grand Isle, LA Camp After Storm PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Tuesday, 25 May 2010 11:35

My Lady Catherine's camp in Grand Isle, LA


Grand Isle has suffered 20 named storms, either directly or partially, during my 8 years of living at the camp.   Hurricanes Katrina/Rita (2005) & Gustav/Ike (2007) both wrecked the camp.   A waterspout came ashore at night in 2001 & broke 2 windows.   Escaped 5 times to Texas, & once to Vicksburg, MS for a weeks vacation.

Correction:  A prior publication of this camp had the incorrect owner, even though the owner was stated clearly.   This is Dean's Lady Catherine's Camp.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 May 2010 09:14
Grand Isle's New 'Welcome' Sign PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Monday, 24 May 2010 18:10

Grand Isle, Louisiana's new 'Welcome Sign'.

It has blow-through moveable pieces.

Editor's note:   I bet everyone thought it was going to be a picture of the 'The Tragedy' occuring in our Gulf Of Mexiico.   May this be a bright spot.

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Last Updated on Friday, 25 June 2010 05:58
xxx Mrs...Misses & Kisses xxx PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Thursday, 15 April 2010 18:58

If you're not kissing - then something's missing!
Kisses are one of the best forms of communication - and the most fun.   However, there are good kisses and bad kisses; hot kisses and cold kisses; long kisses and short kisses; deep kisses and shallow kisses; serious kisses and funny kisses.   Kisses can bring you extreme happiness or extreme trouble.   A fifty-year marriage or an Italian Mafia "kiss of death."   The faster you learn the difference, the faster you will love and be loved.   Even though one great kiss could win you a nice spouse and several children - in the blink of a false eyelash.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 15 April 2010 19:08
Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Friday, 12 March 2010 09:32

As we go through life, there are specific enjoyable aromatic smells that dwell in our memory.   The perfumed scent of a woman, chocolate, barbecue, and salt air are at the top of my list.   But the opposite is true too, where the stink and the stench of foul odors permeate your brain.   The following would be some of my most memorable fragrances.  

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Wednesday, 10 March 2010 09:30
An actor, Corey Haim, recently died!   The TV announcer mentioned that he died "way too young!"    Methinks age thirty-eight is not REALLY "way too young."    Haim was an actor I had never heard about!
Did Albert Eienstein or Thomas Edison die "way too young?"   Especially since they gave us so many meaningful and beneficial contributions to our world.
It seems to me, the ones who really died "way too young" are those 18 to 20ish veterans lying beneath all of those little white crosses - all over the world.

That barely known actor lived about another twenty years more than many of our veterans - who sacrificed their lives.
It's funny, but not hilariously funny.....that Haim (as well as many veteran's), will be buried as an "unknown".

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