Checking In and All Lives Matter

It is past time to include the black ones. Kat and I are still healthy, and still fearful.  Our campground has become a small town with perhaps 25% vacant sites on weekdays and at most 10% on weekends.  Many of the semi-permanent campers are from hotspots Florida or Texas, and most of the weekenders work […]

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Jesus Just Left Chicago

We’ll get to that in a moment.  We remain alive and well in our snug little Airstream campground in the Georgia mountains on the banks of the singing Chattahoochee River.  We are well, but this state is becoming a hotspot for C-19, thanks to our governor who reopened everything a day after Trump told him […]

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Update from the Top of Georgia

The Top of Georgia Airstream Park is becoming my old hometown a/k/a  Mooringsport, LA.  We have come to know several neighbors and maybe too well, but we all still try to do the social distancing thing. One of the first we came to know (Kat meets them; I am introduced later) was Laine and her […]

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Camping in a National Petri Dish

Georgia’s governor Brian Kemp puts on a daily warm-up act as a lead-in to Trump’s regular medical sitcom.  (Why are Republicans doing all they can to pre-empt actual news?  It must be because the real news is so bad.)  Anyway, on April 19, Kemp mused on camera that although risky, it might be good to […]

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Covid-19 Comes to Texas

As a rule Texans fear few things.  They respect funnel clouds and shotguns, and dread losing a football game to LSU or having a Democrat in the White House.  But the novel coronavirus has them sitting up, paying attention, and doing a lot of hand-washing, if not -wringing.  Yet as of March 7, 2020 the […]

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