Monthly Archives: January 2014

#126–Home is my writer’s retreat . . .

As a writer, I’m very fortunate. My home is my writing retreat, and I have the time to write. Many writers have to use the kitchen table or a very cramped space in a room meant for another purpose. And … Continue reading

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#125–Florence’s Winter Folk Festival . . .

For the 12th year in a row, the Winter Folk Festival has filled the town with musicians from throughout the Northwest and attendees from all over Oregon. There are six concerts on Saturday and four on Sunday, which are officially … Continue reading

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#124–A less busy life . . .

  These past few years, since I “retired” from Oregon Coast and Northwest Travel magazines, I keep hearing comments such as “You’re just too busy for your own good!” (my mom), “Just reading your blog wears me out!” (Evelyn, friend … Continue reading

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#123–Looking back at 2013 . . .

  My new book The Crossings Guide to Oregon’s Coastal Spans didn’t make it out in time for Christmas last year as we had hoped; it came out January 10. I made up for lost time; by the end of … Continue reading

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