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#194–The selling season has begun . . .

  Because spring break brings hordes of tourists to the Oregon coast, the selling season has begun. So I hit the road north. And this is what I saw: more traffic, more motorhomes, and more out-of-state license plates. California and … Continue reading

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#144–It’s a book . . .

  Around Florence is no longer a manuscript of loose pages; it is now a bound book full of pages that you turn. Five advance copies arrived in the mail yesterday. It is exciting to see the work of this … Continue reading

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#109–Jumping in with both feet . . .

With the exception of Tuesday, every day this past week was devoted primarily to working on Around Florence, the book I’m doing for the Arcadia Press Images of America series. A couple of posts back, I mentioned how bummed I … Continue reading

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#86–Judy’s wonderful, incredible, so good, not too bad day . . .

It was a day to remember––January 17 !  To begin with, it was blue-sky beautiful. We’ve had two weeks of fabulous weather with cold nights but days that reached into the mid-60s with no afternoon wind. For January, it was … Continue reading

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#77–Crossings––the old & the new . . .

  Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges and The Crossings Guide to Oregon’s Coastal Spans kept me busy this past week—especially this weekend. The old Crossings and the new Crossings Guide are both to blame for me being three days late in … Continue reading

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#76–Presentable, presentation & presents . . .

This past week marked 2 /12 weeks since surgery, a long-scheduled presentation, and my birthday. Two and a half weeks past melanoma surgery and I’m looking good enough that people don’t really notice unless I mention it—especially if it’s head-on … Continue reading

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#36–What down time . . .

  I thought January and February would be a slow time for me when it came to marketing Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges that nobody would need any, and I would get some down time. But there’s just enough demand to … Continue reading

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