Monthly Archives: November 2017

Civil War Transcendence, part 388

As soon as we left the house, Daphne grabbed my arm and demanded, “Where’d ya get all that money?” I gave her a very shocked expression and remarked, “I bet that is the first time in history that a wife … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 387

Daphne and I began to take our breakfast table seats, which had been slyly assigned by Mrs. Douglas in an effort to keep us from shunning the 19th century etiquette of husband and wife not showing affection in public. Once … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 386

  Daphne and I were sequestered in an upstairs bedroom. In fact, it was the one in which I had recovered so miraculously after the Yanks attacked us here at Ferry Hill. After all our possessions were stacked in a … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 385

It only took a few moments for me and the trooper, who acted as my substitute, to exchange clothes. I dismissed him with a hand shake and a “well done.” He saluted and left for the cavalry camp. The ladies … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 384

Arriving at the hotel, Al and I dismounted, took our cayuses to the area across from the hotel, in a shaded area near the river, and released them to graze. Then we went back to the hotel, mounted the front … Continue reading

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