Tag Archives: Oregon

HISTORY: Alive or Boring?

     I have been reading Bob Welch’s book Pebble in the Water. It’s about his search for information regarding Frances Slanger, the first nurse killed in action in WWII, and the book he wrote about her entitled American Nightingale. He’s … Continue reading

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Check out Christi Corbett’s book ALONG THE WAY HOME

I want to take this opportunity to introduce Christi Corbett’s new book ALONG THE WAY HOME. Christi is one of my writing pals and part of our local writing group. I’ve had the privilege of reading many chapters of Along … Continue reading

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A Monday Post?

It’s 2:01 a.m. Pacific Daylight time on Monday morning here in western Oregon. We went to Oregon’s largest Highland Game event on Saturday. It’s largest based on the area of the grounds it takes place on, the size of the one-day attendance, … Continue reading

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