Saturday I went to the Phoenix Writers Club and the guest speaker was state historian, singer, and story teller Marshall Trimble. I've known Marshall for many years through the various Western History events I've attended.
As always he was great.
I got him to sign his latest book, in which my book about Ike Clanton is referenced.
Thank you, Marshall.
Staying on the subject of western history . . .
I went to the mailbox Friday and this strange box was in there. It took up the whole rural mail box.
I couldn't figure out what the heck it was . . . no address that I identified. It did cross my mind that it could be a bomb, but putting that thought aside I finally opened it and found a great mug from the owners of the Tombstone Times recognizing my ten years of writing for that wonderful journal.
Isn't that wonderful? No I will not put tea in it. I'd be heartbroken if something happened to it.
Well, today another package arrived in the mail.
It contained a bag with the same sentiment.
Thank you Janice and Keith.