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    Train Trestles (the lucky shot)

    Tuesday, September 29th, 2009

    In late Spring we would go and pick blackberries along the railroad tracks near the trestles that crossed White Oak bayou near 34th Street. Once my brothers and a few of our friends got hungry and decided to forage for some berries to eat. It was hot and we where sweaty and sandy from a […]

    Red Rock Christmas Story

    Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

    I got a call  from my  brother Billy asking me about a Christmas story I wrote years ago. He said he told the story to someone else and they wanted a copy of it. Took me two weeks to search through all my writings but I found it today. It was among the old “Follow Your […]

    The Big Fish

    Sunday, November 30th, 2008

     Well, I better finish this fish story while I’m still remembering it. Thanks for the comments everyone.  Back on Red Rock, before the pause, this had happened:  “Walt, he’s just smelling the bait. Wait, Walt”. He sensed my impatience. Then a moment later, “Sluooop”… the cork sounded and  disappeared under the water. “Now!” Rich hollered. I jerked back […]

    Big Brother (Begining of the Big Fish)

    Monday, November 24th, 2008

    I hope you arn’t expecting to read something of the Government conspiricy nature from this particular post. Maybe some other time. no, this is more of a personal post. Once along time ago I went fishing with my two brothers at our favorite spot. Red Rock on the White Oak bayou at the (then) edge of Houston’s city […]