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On the road with white supremacist David Duke.com in the NT

On the road with white supremacist David Duke.com in the NT

Bob GosfordOct 31, 20134 Comments

Johnny Lee Clary on the KKK: "Wherever there are white people, they go and recruit," he said. "They go to areas wherever there are any types of racial problems, for instance, where there have been problems between Aborigines and white people."

Burning down the house. When rats & snakes take their revenge.

Burning down the house. When rats & snakes take their revenge.

Bob GosfordJun 22, 20132 Comments

Only in Texas. "We were trying to kill a snake with fire," the woman said during a 911 call. "It done caught the house."

Leave no child ashore - a school trip into the

Leave no child ashore - a school trip into the "dark heart of the deepest woods" of Mississippi

Bob GosfordJan 30, 2013

"The next challenge will be to reach the White River. A route will have to be scouted through the briars, snake-infested woods and alligator swamps. The explorers will then manually portage all of their gear and canoes from the Arkansas River to the White River, a process that might require one long dirty day."

'The Big Muddy: An Environmental History of the Mississippi' ... a review

'The Big Muddy: An Environmental History of the Mississippi' ... a review

Bob GosfordJan 7, 2013

"The Big Muddy" follows centuries of human efforts to conceptualize this landscape of mud as a place with firm barriers between water and land, and then make these conceptions reality. A few examples: early French explorers repeatedly failed to locate the mouth of the Mississippi out of an inability to imagine a vast, multi-channeled delta. Rice, and then indigo, tobacco, and sugar encouraged settlers to drain, divide, and levee the landscape.

Part two - pointing and shooting in the US and Canada

Part two - pointing and shooting in the US and Canada

Bob GosfordMay 30, 20101 Comment

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Pointing and shooting part one - Canada & the USA, May 2010

Pointing and shooting part one - Canada & the USA, May 2010

Bob GosfordMay 29, 20101 Comment

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"Disturbed", "All Around Cowboy" churches and an East Texas foggy highway

Bob GosfordMay 18, 20101 Comment

Yesterday I drove through Fate, Texas and had lunch in Hope, Arkansas - notable only for the fact that President Bill Clinton was born there. I doubt that he has had much reason to get back there in a while. Here are some quick shots of things I saw along the way...

Mississippi Delta rural churches

Mississippi Delta rural churches

Bob GosfordApr 14, 20094 Comments

The Delta has a rich religious heritage, and is a land where faith- in God, in the future, in grace, and in ultimate redemption - unify all people. Episcopal, Baptist, Methodist, and Presbyterian Churches are commonly represented in Delta towns.

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