by Gwen Roland and C. C. Lockwood
April 27, 2006 In the 1970s, Gwen Roland decided to live off the land — and water — in the Louisiana swamp. She and her partner lived on a houseboat they built themselves; they had no electricity and no running water. Roland chronicles those years in her book Atchafalaya Houseboat.
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