Posted by: Larry Bozka on July 4th, 2001
The Gulf of Mexico is one of Mother Nature’s premier wonders. But when conditions go sour, she’s just a plain ol’ “mother.”
He’s long gone, but my old friend Herschell Gollott was convinced that someday the sea would take him. The barefooted and leather-tanned charterboat skipper was a legend in his time, a fellow who through a keen sense of understanding engine rpms and compass headings could put a boat smack-dab on top of a rock better than 60 miles offshore.
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