Locked Out at the Lighthouse

I was glad to hear recently that they are building back Port Eads. For those of you unfamiliar with this place, it may not be at the end of the earth, but you can see it from there. Seriously, Port Eads is about 20 miles south of Venice, LA beyond the Head of Passes just […]

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Britt’s First (Bahamian) Dollar

In one of my earlier blog posts, I mentioned being in at Harbor Island in the Bahamas years ago. It is truly a beautiful place renown for its pink beaches and visiting royalty. Let me first say, that though I did find the beaches beautiful, I didn’t find them all that pink. Perhaps I was […]

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Big Marlin – Big Fight

It had been a really good fishing trip for us in the Gulf, with two blue marlin weighing over 300 pounds already released. Standing on the flying bridge, I happened to look down and right behind the boat swam a mammoth sized marlin, speeding effortlessly along like a large submarine.   As soon as it […]

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Horror at Chuck E. Cheese

Let me first say that this is not about a bad cheese pizza. Rather it’s about an episode that nearly had me qualifying for the “Worst Parent of the Year” award. It started innocently enough. It was my daughter’s birthday and she had, of course, asked to have her party at Chuck E. Cheese. Now, […]

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My Mom

After a long battle during which my mother became someone I no longer recognized, she passed on. When our loved ones die I know we’re supposed to be happy because they’ve gone to a better place. I know that’s true. But like a lot of such advice, it’s much easier to give than to take. […]

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