Notes on Literature, Nature, Working Dogs, History, Other Obsessions and Sundry Annoyances
This Gurf Morlix tune always leaves me shaken, makes me think of a certain someone. Hang in there, gal. Hang in there.
Been meaning to comment for a long while. I have long enjoyed your writing in the various Texas magazines and such. I especially enjoy the stuff about the Palo Duro area. I spend a week every spring at Caprock Canyons State Park. Got relatives buried from Memphis to Alexandria on both sides of the Red. We've been here a long time.From what I read of Matt's review, I should pick up a copy of your book. I have a couple of his hand-me-down hawks that I fly every day in the Denison area.And, I like Gurf Morlix, too.Thanks for your writing, I look forward to it.
Steve, it's great to hear from you. I apologize for taking so long to reply. I haven't been home more than a few hours the last couple of weeks.I just checked out your blog and read a few posts. I'll definitely read more.I wonder of we share some hunting ground. I'll bet we know some of the same places. If you're out hawking and a little yellow cur pops out of the woods, speak up. I'll be close by. Shoot me an email sometime.
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