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Summertime Book Events

21 Jul

Evergreen Cemetery Chapel

Evergreen Cemetery Chapel

Our Palmer Tribute at Evergreen Cemetery in Colorado Springs was a grand success. Folks came out to learn more about General Palmer and to visit with Dianne Hartshorn and myself, to discuss books and history. Once again, I found myself in a cemetery, surrounded by history and stories of pioneers. I had not previously been inside the little chapel, built in 1909, which turned out to be the perfect venue for the gathering.

I especially enjoyed visiting with my pals from Women Writing the West: Filter Press publisher Doris Baker, Doris McCraw, Gayle Gresham, and Dianne Hartshorn. It is always a pleasure to encounter and share time with friends who are members of this outstanding group of talented writers. For information about membership, go to: http://www.womenwritingthewest.org .

The busy summer continues with upcoming book events in Leadville, Parker, and Longmont in August. Leadville Boom Days is a special way to get in touch with the Old West. The parade down Harrison Street at 10 a.m. on August 8 will be full of horses and horse thieves, miners, dance hall girls, school marms, gamblers, you name it. If you go, stop by the Book Mine and say Howdy! I will be signing books there most of the afternoon.

Joyce Lohse, 7/21/09
http://www.lohseworks.com

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2 Comments

Posted by on July 21, 2009 in Western history

 

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2 responses to “Summertime Book Events

  1. Arletta Dawdy

    July 27, 2009 at 11:05 am

    Hi, Brave One!
    I love buffalo meat for it is usually very rich and full of great flavor. However, I haven’t had the “south of the beltline” sample you describe! Good for you. I wonder if a really good BBQ sauce mighn’t have enhanced your dipping experience?
    Arletta

     
    • joyce4books

      July 28, 2009 at 9:45 am

      Hello Arletta —

      I agree with you that a good BBQ sauce could easily enhance the “oyster” experience. Yakitori sauce might also be a good choice, although it may be harder to come by in Severance, Colorado! Anyway, it is an interesting thought.

      I enjoyed your comments — Joyce

       

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