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Posted by:Jul 16th 2003, 11:30:13 am
KimberlyGood point, Smitty ... great story, non-fiction all of the way. In the meantime, I have heard through the grapevine that the illustrious Colin may also be sharpening his pen/PC for an interesting Briland read ... keep those stories coming, folks!
Posted by:Jul 16th 2003, 07:44:40 am
smittyI feel I should say that "Dem Bones" is not Briland fiction, but is an actual fishing experience I had with my first outing with Stanley and I appreciate the Fig Tree Team for making it available to all. Ken
Posted by:Jul 15th 2003, 04:58:33 pm
Fig Tree News Team'Dem Bones' and other fine examples of local Briland fiction can be found at the Briland News & Tales link at the top left corner of the Briland.com home page. Check out news of Harbour Island All-Age School's Austin Mullin and his wood crafts class, too ... and note that their home page was designed by none other that Briland's own Letario Higgs!
Posted by:Jul 14th 2003, 03:19:18 pm
smittyJust read your post.I've been Bonefishing with Stanley for 20 years and certainly would like to send him the best of birthday wishes.I consider him a good friend and he is indeed a fine gentleman.You might have read my story "Dem Bones".He was my inspiration for it.Good luck, Stanley and keep 'em comin' Ken Smith
Posted by:Jul 13th 2003, 10:33:23 pm
sweet tI will let him know okay maddie...I am one of his grandchildren ok thanks
Posted by:Jul 10th 2003, 07:35:52 pm
MaddieJuly 11th is Pastor Stanley Johnson's Birthday. I will not be there to wish him well, but I hope anyone who reads this and who sees him tomorrow will extend their best wishes to a fine gentleman.

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