POUTIN’ HOUSE SOUTH, SEAGROVE BEACH, Fla. — Having overseen the cleaning out of my parents’ house and the downsizing of our home in Jacksonville, it followed naturally that my helpmate would decide the time had come for us to cast out the accumulated years of “stuff” that had collected at our place down on the coast.
Some of the “stuff” dated back to when the cottage was built in 1956. It had survived Hurricane Eloise in 1975. Would it survive Hurricane Suzanne in 2014?
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Harvey H. (“Hardy”) Jackson is Professor Emeritus of History at Jacksonville State University and a columnist for The Star. Email: email@example.com.