Monthly Archives: August 2012

#66–Progress continues on bridge guide . . .

  My second book, which will be a guide to the major bridges of the Oregon Coast, is making headway. Here’s a progress report: Title––I continued coming up with titles and really appreciated suggestions sent in by some of you. … Continue reading

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#65–What a difference a year makes . . .

Last year at this time, my blog titles ––“Taken over my life,”  “Every which way,” “Company or not,”––described how Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges really had taken over my life. This year I remain busy, but my time is divided between … Continue reading

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#64–When visiting Florence . . .

The dunes, Old Town, and rhododendrons are what folks know about Florence. Since I’ve lived in the area almost 30 years. Here’s my take on what to see and do in the Florence area. Although Florence is on the coast, … Continue reading

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#63–Progress on second bridges book . . .

On Friday, I finished the edit for my second book a Travel Guide to the Major Coastal Bridges of Oregon. My first draft is ready to fine tune. And that’s the part I enjoy most. I’m just glad my creative … Continue reading

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#62–This writer’s life . . .

  “Writing gives me such a natural high––except when I’m trying to get started. I get antsy and cranky and find a zillion other things to do. Once the first draft is down on paper––what I call my creative vomit––I … Continue reading

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