He traveled in the United States for a spell around , playing music and writing songs. He now lives with his family in Florianopolis Brazil, in a cabin by the ocean. And Big Creek Slim is a bluesman, as sure as the day is long. Listen to Keep My Belly Full. Hear that voice. This man has lived with the blues. NC , Made possible by. Photos About Review Comments Location. Recommended by.
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Big Creek was always very peaceful and a friendly town- like one big family! Grew up there Best life a child could have. It is part of my heart.
We lived there from until my dad retired, Charles Shirk. Love that place dearly. We moved to Big Creek in after my dad was discharged from the Navy. My brother Marvin was born in BC in My Dad retired from SCE in the early 70's after our mom died. I remember the names Don Christensen and Cecil Wright.
How about the Kent family? Swimming lessons at Shaver Lake? Now it's hard to believe that way of life even existed. I was born in Big Creek, March 4, As I look back on all of the pictures we have, fond memories flood back.. It was a great first six years! Like so many of you I too remember Big Creek with Love in my heart.
The memories are endless. I am Penny Sale now. As a little girl we ran the few little streets of the town. We went to baseball games down by the commissary. We hiked up the penstock straight up. As a little girl I called the book "Jack and the Penstock. For all of us that had the fortunate opportunity to live in this small but Famous Company town I share a deep and unforgettable love of Big Creek. Also I loved Powerhouse 8 where I lived from the age of 10 to Powerhouse 8 was really really small. Not much to do but hike the beautiful canyons with my sister and my dog.
None of us will ever forget the beauty and the experience of growing up in Big Creek. Yeah, I count myself among all of you that feel so blessed to have grown up in Big Creek. My family lived there from '56 to ' My dad worked for the forest service and we live in the forest service house next to the school for most of that time. So many great memories of running around Big Creek, hiking the penstocks, and going to the creeks, especially the "slides" and weir. I don't think a kid could have a better place to grow up!
I have a niece that lives there and I can tell that that sense of community is still there for the people who live there now! Whenever I see a picture of Big Creek it's like seeing an old friend. David H. Redinger was my Great Uncle.
Hope to visit again in to relive the memories. All these names from my past!. I lived in Big Creek and at the Edison house at Shaver from to All five Wright's attended Big Creek school. We were on the bus that had a head-on "meeting" with a very large truck between Big Creek and Shaver.
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Dad was Cecil Wright, Mom was Jean. Brothers Mac and Russell, sisters Barbara and Ginni. So many memories of adventures growing up in such a unique place. Gorgeous spot, wonderful memories! Work at Powerhouse a-8 to My parents were Loretta and Lawrence Hollis. I went to Chawanakee No. As a city kid it was all a new adventure learning to swim at the swimming hole on Big Creek by the Club House and following the Meinhold boys around the hills as they tended their traps and learned how to deal with rattle snakes.
I learned carpentry at the wood shop at school taught by Mr.