Monthly Archives: August 2011

#14–Company or not . . .

My sister, Edna, came to visit, and I tried to take a week off. Not! Even before picking her up at the train station last Friday, I called some of the bookstores in Eugene that carry Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges … Continue reading

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#13––Turn on the radio . . .

When I was asked by writer-teacher Matt Love if I wanted to contribute some radio spots to help promote the Yaquina Bay Bridge celebration activities in Newport, I said yes without even giving a thought to what would be involved. … Continue reading

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#12––Expert at work . . .

Last week in my blog post, I mentioned that I (now considered a coastal bridges expert by the folks at The Oregon Encyclopedia [OE]), could have the 250-word piece about the McCullough Bridge for OE done by last Saturday. That … Continue reading

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#11––Every which way . . .

  I seem to be going in lots of directions all at once. Last Friday, I picked up my friend Jan Jett at 7:30 a.m. and we headed for Eugene. I delivered copies of Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges to the … Continue reading

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