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Stories from the Creekbank

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They say places like Dry Creek no longer exist. In Stories from the Creekbank, you'll travel to a delightful place where you will realize that good people and wonderful experiences can still be found in the small community of Dry Creek, Louisiana. As you sit along the creek bank to read these heartwarming stories, you'll both laugh and cry as you travel down the creeks, ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published April 4th 2002 by Authorhouse (first published April 27th 2000)
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Joe
Nov 02, 2007 Joe added it
This was the first book I read by Curt. It was one of my "Hurricane Rita" survival books. The refreshing stories just made me have "hope" that my home would still be there when we returned from our 2 week evacuation. One story I particularly enjoy is chapter 14 which is just one page long. It is called: "Jesus Was a Walker". It is one I remember often as I am outdoors walking in the early morning hours when I can see and hear the beauty of God's creation.
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