Progress! Time to design a book cover! That’s a job for a professional editor, and she has suggested two designs. We’re closing in on a steamship photo, one that doesn’t cost more than I’ll ever make on the book! One can purchase photos of the necessary clarity and size with the right to use on a blog, or in a book–but when you need one for a book cover, the price triples–or more. But we’re on the way to publication…
William Heat-Moon’s book, “Here, There, Elsewhere” is one delight after another of places unknown and some familiar.
The history of yellow fever in Cuba and Panama is remarkably parallel to the climate change debate of today
I first “met” Chief Crowfoot when we took three grandchildren camping from Idaho into Montana and Canada.
Southern California in bloom!
Photographs and histories of steamships mentioned in family letters have been a major area of research. These are some of the pertinent (or just fascinating) websites I’ve found,
Arboretum in January? There is no off-season for the Dallas Arboretum!
Texas waffles! Full-plate sized and Texas shaped, delicious way to begin a day of exploration.
Wedding coming up in Texas–we learn about cattle drives and Louis L’Amour’s breakout novel, Hondo.
I turned away from my two pieces of luggage. Nobody saw anything, not even the bobby, but my small grip vanished and with it camera, photographs, logbook…