Archive | 6000 mile journey with Bernadette across America

Bernadette Mundy and the Rolling Stones and a very rare record

In 1967 a young Bernadette Mundy left her stolid and uptight town of Appenzell in the Swiss alps and ventured without qualms not looking back with her sister Olivia to Zurich where the Rolling Stones came to play. Somehow the two girls managed to secure a fashion show gig at the concert before the band […]

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The funniest scene in 2017——i hear they taste like chicken

The funniest scene in 2017 was when i was on a 6,000 mile journey to show my Swiss friend Bernadette the Blues Country of America and we were on a Louisiana bayou swamp tour..Earlier that morning i showed her a video of an alligator leaping on one of the boats of the swamp tour i […]

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Road Trips

Road Trips The best road trips are on the West Coast of America where i live and East to Arizona and New Mexico . I have travelled these roads many times over 45 years starting when i was 15,16 and i never tire of it. The first time was in 1970 when i hitchhiked from […]

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Abe’s BBQ Clarksdale Mississippi

One of the things the Deep South is known for besides perverts like Ray Moore is BBQ and even though i eat mostly a vegetarian plant based diet i do indulge especially when i am in Montreal for the famous Montreal smoked meat or in Mississippi when i am in Clarksdale. That’s when i stop […]

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Me and the Blues

The blues are so popular now it is amazing. Tourists from all over the world as far away as Japan flock down to Mississippi and follow the signs signifying the Blues Trail..everyone searching for the authentic experience. All i can tell you about is my personal experience with the blues. My father was the main […]

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Jews in Tombstone,Arizona and Wyatt Earp

Home of Wyatt Earp and his brothers and Doc Holliday and Josephine Marcus the Jewish wife of Wyatt Tombstone and much of Arizona and the West has a big history of Jews who were prospectors and merchants and even cowboys .In towns like Prescott and Phoenix and Douglas and Tucson and Tombstone they became merchants […]

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