GW's Leisure

Photo by Spider Martin
Photo by Spider Martin
Here I am about to launch into the white water of the Locust Fork River in Blount County, Ala., from the longest covered bridge in the U.S.
What Do I Do for Fun?
I would be canoing in the bayous of Louisiana or the Locust Fork River, pedaling around New Orleans on my Cannondale mountain bike (no gas required), or playing golf at City Park in New Orleans.

Alas, I am sitting here in my Uptown home-office glued to my Mac G3, writing stories, answering e-mail, or surfing the Web.

Take a journey with me by clicking on the hypertext links or images to see where I could be, or for that matter where you could be, if we weren't such hardworking souls who also love to be creative on the Internet.

The Web The Southerner

Leisure Time Links:

When the day turns into night, I try not to miss a good blues or jazz show.

GW's Kid Photos, and other useless, personal waste of memory and bandwidth, but serious Americana, guaranteed to make you laugh out loud!

Yes, apparently I was named after a Sidney Lanier poem about a marsh, the Marshes of Glynn, although my mom vehemently denies this. He was, after all, the first U.S. Poet Laureate, and from the South no less.

Family Album, where I'm beginning to store those old photos from the cedar chest.

Also visit the Walrond family tree.

Ask Confucious a question. Play the I CHING (best during major life transitions).

Forget your troubles at the best damn beach bar in the world, the Flora-Bama Lounge.

Urban Legends Archive, for the paranoid or easily amused, intent on wasting time on the Internet. Get a life!

Tell me about it. Redesigned July 26, 2002