Holy Spirit Pin 18 Years Later

My friend Vince fished with me for a year ending in the Spring of 1989. In April of that year we were in Bayou Lacassine and pulled up under a Cypress tree to eat our lunch.

Vince had this nice little Holy Spirit pin on his hat and the back band broke. Well those cheap caps are throw aways but the pin was to nice. He spontaneously stuck it in a big cypress like you would a tack on a bulletin board. Continue reading “Holy Spirit Pin 18 Years Later”

Geocaching – if I Only Had Time

I saw a piece on Geocaching on the tube a while back and it really looked like good family fun. I registered on the web site and even have my GPS picked out if I could only break free.

For those that have never heard of it here is a brief explanation. I have used GPS since the technology came alive back in the early 90’s. I would put nets in the middle of a lake with no buoys or land marks and find them easily with GPS. It’s perfect treasure hunting technology.

A little about my commercial fishing days is found here. I miss the outdoors but not the hard work.

Age Is No Excuse

I don’t want to hear anyone complaining about being too old for online shopping. My Mother is 89 and she still banks and occasionally shops online. She was over 80 when she got her first PC.

If you are a site owner or designer you had better take the aging of America into consideration. Accessibility is already becoming very important and will only grow in importance as more of our population is aging.

And to you Mom a salute. You hang in there even though that computer sometimes drives you nuts.