Edna Adolph was married to Ernest Adolph, youngest son of Henry and Jennie Adolph. She takes us through the Adolph parents and siblings and some cousins. Ernest and Nicholas Adolph ran the service station down there and Ernest even stayed to help people get fuel during Hurricane Betsy in 1965. They survived three major hurricanes and she guide us through their brave actions. Whether the divine bread that Jennie “Grammy” Buras Adolph made regularly, Clarence H. “Sonny” Adolph, Jr.’s endless pranks or the television they all bought for Henry Adolph, Edna and Pam warm our hearts with laughter from those days in Plaquemines Parish. Edna describes the Adolph camp across the river and shares an especially funny story of Helen Adolph. She has no regrets and continues to live a wonderful life full of love and memories.