The Appalachian Book Of The Dead, Woodford Reserve, And How To Smoke A Pork Belly On Your Son’s Birthday (Part 1).

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  1. Even if I didn’t enjoy your writing, I’d come here for the music! The music from “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou” speaks to my heritage. Matter of fact, I’m in the middle of making a blog entry about that … I recently discovered through a cousin that our American roots go back to 1610 and the third crossing of the Godspeed to Jamestown. My forefathers gradually made their way to eastern Tennessee in the early 1800’s, where I still have a lot of relatives. I loved visiting their farm near Knoxville when I was a kid back in the late 50’s – early 60’s, and have fond memories of times spent in the Appalachian Mountains.

    Thanks for your post.
    Jeff

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    1. Thanks for coming for the writing and music! I also love the music from “O Brother” and find that it really speaks to my study of the haunting of the American South. Good to met you. I look forward to your upcoming post.

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