#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2013

Finally!

And the mystery location was….

Jackson Hole, Wyoming!

Jenni and I left the Triple L at 4:20 AM last Wednesday–yikes–headed for Spokane International Airport.  (I’m not sure where the ‘International’ part comes in, as I don’t think you can fly directly to Canada OR Mexico from there).  We caught a flight to Salt Lake City and then went on to Idaho Falls, ID, (of course), where we picked up our rental car and headed up into the high country, toward Jackson.  (There is an airport in Jackson, but it’s REALLY expensive to fly in, so we decided to drive from

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Monday

You know I love Mondays, if you’ve been reading this blog for a while.  Weatherwise, this one definitely qualifies as gloomy, overcast and dark, with more rain on the way.  We had a dandy thunder and lightning storm last night–what a show!

The weekend went pretty much according to plan–I made some artist trading cards, did some reading, listened to several podcasts and a memoir by Joyce Maynard (author of “After Her”, a novel I mentioned on the blog a while back) called “At Home in the World.”  It was quite fascinating–memoirs usually are, which is why they are among

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Back in earlier days, a cattle drive would average 10-12 miles a day.

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