Got Enough Money to Burn a Wet Dog During the Juke Joint Festival? DBGuest House is open.

A Wet Dog. The Dirty Dandelion. The Dirty D. Dandy.

A Wet Dog. The Dirty Dandelion. The Dirty D. Dandy.

By POOR WILLIAM
(Clarksdale, Mississippi)
DBGuesthouse.com

What is meant by having enough money to burn a wet dog? Surely Poor William is not gonna set ablaze a clammy canine? Is he?

Why hell no! But, if any of you Delta Bohemians out there or anybody you know has enough money to burn a wet dog and they will still have it in two weeks during the Juke Joint Festival in downtown Clarksdale, then give Magical Madge a holla ‘fore quick— ASAP for non-Deltans who thankfully still speak the King’s English—662-313-9222 or [email protected] or go online and see for yourself. DBGuesthouse.com

Our first guest who stayed in the Delta Bohemian Guest House during last year’s Sunflower Festival, the Sellers, booked this year’s JJF and Sunflower Festival BOTH before they even popped open their complimentary Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR) brewsky last year. However, this cool Baton Rouge couple won a free trip to Italy because their brand spanking new Ralph Sellers Hyundai dealership has done so well, therefore the DBGH came available.

Partying at the DBGuest House. Photo by Delta Bohemian

Partying at the DBGuest House. Photo by Delta Bohemian

Ralph Sellers, without pomp, circumstance, or circumstantial pomposity, said while walking to his car for the arduous drive back to Baton Rouge after last year’s festival that he was enjoying life and had “enough money to burn a wet dog.” Ralph will be in Italy and the wet dog in Poor William’ and Magical Madge’s backyard needs lighting something fierce.

During non-festival weekends, the DBGH is reasonably priced, loaded with amenities and as funky as Sonny & Cher at a John Birch meeting. It is way cool ladies and gentlemens. Way cool! Wouldn’t tell a lie when the truth works better here!

Delta Bohemian Guest House. Photo by Mary Brock Bobo

Delta Bohemian Guest House. Photo by Mary Brock Bobo

But, during the major festivals we aim to recoup some of all those dollars Magical invested in the DBGH! So, if you got some serious scratch, don’t mind a 5-night minimum and ain’ opposed to metaphorically burning a wet dog, then we might just be your spot!

This is a whole house attached to the backyard of our house, so it has more amenities than your average hotel room. Since it is in our backyard, so to speak, we do not want to rent it to hell raisers and/or folks who don’t take care of their own homes. So, if you are responsible and want lots of options and a really cool spot to listen to blues, conduct businesses, read in the backyard or inside, and want privacy all the way to say, “Hey Bill, wanta share a PBR by the pond,” then book now, book often, but just booooook!

We gots cold beer in the backyard, a funky, still rather wet Garden de Guillermo Pobre for chillin and conversatin’, a house that recent guest Ambassador of Sweden and his family loved, and all only a short walking distance from 100-plus blues acts and a host of amenities catering to a whole damn bunch of your needs. If this peeks your interest, then you surely needs to go to DBGuesthouse.com and check it out! Book quickly before somebody else starts drying that dog!

Super Chik’n says, “Shoot that Thang;” but Poor William says, “Burn that wet dog if you must! And, you must!”

Gonna be a killa festival; life is a short ride; so, bring yo happy ass to Clarksdamndale, Missadamnssippi! Ya hear? pw for the both of us!

Green Acres Bedroom in Delta Bohemian Guest House. Photo by Mary Brock Bobo

Green Acres Bedroom in Delta Bohemian Guest House. Photo by Mary Brock Bobo

 

Partying at the DBGuest House. Photo by Delta Bohemian

Partying at the DBGuest House. Photo by Delta Bohemian

 

Delta Bohemian Guest House. Photo by Mary Brock Bobo

Delta Bohemian Guest House. Photo by Mary Brock Bobo

The DB Guest Houses and the Dirty D. Photo by Delta Bohemian

The DB Guest Houses and the Dirty D. Photo by Delta Bohemian

 

Delta Bohemian Guest House. Photo by Roald Jungaard

Delta Bohemian Guest House. Photo by Roald Jungaard

 

DBGH First Guests Rosalind and Ralph. Photo by Eric Stone

DBGH First Guests Rosalind and Ralph. Photo by Eric Stone

 

Wet Dog. The Dirty Dandelion. The Dirty D. Dandy

Wet Dog. The Dirty Dandelion. The Dirty D. Dandy

 

 

 


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