Posts Tagged ‘ohio river’

He is my son, works on the Ohio River, has a very good digital camera, and knows how to use it. These are just a few of his Ohio River photos.

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Mississippi Queen

The Mississippi Queen is tied to a tender for the Wooten River Service. One big paddle wheeler! July 2019, Ohio River, upriver from Louisville Kentucky. Eric Suddeth photos.


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Wild Birthday!

Today (March 8) is my son’s birthday. Eric Charles Suddeth works on the Ohio River and knows scads about the river and river boats. He is also an expert photographer and has a digital camera. He is busy getting wild, but I have included an album that is a sample of his many photos.


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My novels and manuscripts are not only defined by their plots and characters but by their locations. I live near the Ohio River and lived right on the river when I was small.

A good example of my love affair with the Ohio River is Dream Flyer is a sci fi/thriller: Men kidnap Dean and ply him with neurotrophic drugs. He dreams about World War 2, where grandpa was a Fort Knox guard involved in a gold heist. Dean believes the men are treasure hunters. Cindy, his girlfriend, helps him escape. They learn that the men are after Tesla’s journals, which vanished during World War 2. Tesla was an electrical genius who was interested in contacting extra-terrestrials. Dean tries to discover Tesla’s secrets and regain his old life. He must decide what is real, or many people will die. It ultimately deals with the whys of life and the nature of reality.



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Listen up, landlubbers!!!!!

September 19th (every year) is International Talk Like A Pirate Day.

I will be talking like a pirate. (I wouldn’t dare ignore Talk Like a Pirate Day) http://www.talklikeapirate.com/

Yes, the Ohio River had real pirates, but they weren’t any fun.

American Queen

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