Monthly Archives: March 2012

#44–Oregon City trip photos . . .

Leaving my camera home when I went to Oregon City last week turned out to be a good thing after all. After giving myself a good cussing out, I sent every one I met on the trip an email titled … Continue reading

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#43–Bookstores, libraries & a TV interview . . .

When I plan a trip into an area that’s “new territory” for me as well as the book, I know it’s going to be an adventure. So I try to prepare for it. Prior to my trip to Oregon City … Continue reading

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#42–Like a pretzel . . .

How ironic that last week I blogged about flexibility and this was the week where I had to be flexible again and again. Saturday news—I thought I would be writing about my TV interview with Dr. Veronica Esagui for “The … Continue reading

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#41– Be flexible, patient & willing to share . . .

  Next Tuesday I’ll be interviewed by Dr. Veronica Esagui, chiropractic physician and author, on “The Author’s Forum,” a public access TV program seen in the Portland area. That’s pretty much all I knew. So I figured I’d spend the … Continue reading

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#40–The perfect edition––finally . . .

When Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges went to press last April, it had no mistakes as far as we were concerned. So the three of us in the photo here were signing our “perfect” book. As an editor, I know there … Continue reading

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