Turning right off of La. 317 in Centerville and onto Alice C Road this past weekend I noticed the air suddenly filled with the putrid smell of rotting carcasses.
Last week while my neighbor down the street, Gilbert Ramagos, was cleaning his yard, he got a big surprise. A snake came crawling out from under a dog house that he was moving.
Last week I got an email from Jay Strangis, editor of American Waterfowler magazine, asking me – like he does each year about this time – how Louisiana’s waterfowl season was.
This past summer, in early August, I spent a day fishing largemouth bass on Black Lake near Natchitoches.
On a cold Friday afternoon some 30 years ago, I hitched a ride down the Calumet Cut with my wife’s uncle, Harry Lee Wiggins, to him and my father-in-law’s trapping camp for the weekend.