#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for June, 2016

The Road to Gettysburg

You are not going to believe this.

I had been feeling a bit peaky before setting out on my journey to Gettysburg, but I was determined.  I went ahead and made the trip.

Since Jenni, my usual traveling partner, was away in Europe, I was forced to rise to the occasion (okay, I admit it, I’m spoiled), getting the rental car in Baltimore, calculating the route to Gettysburg (God bless Google Maps), making the relatively short drive to my favorite Pennsylvania town.  I spent the first night at the Gettysburg Hotel, a favorite place to stay when I visit, and

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One Cute Dog!


Here’s Tule, breaking every ordinance against being too cute to be believed.  I guess it wasn’t enough to be ON a bed, he wanted to be UNDER one, too.  :)  He and Mowgli, his partner in crime, hauled the dog bed up the pet steps and then Tule crawled beneath it.  Fortunately, I was able to get out of my audiobook and game of Word Solitaire to snap this photo.  He’s probably wondering what the big deal is.  :)

My alternate title for this blog entry was, HAPPY NEW BOOK DAY.  As you might recall from last week, this is one of

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The typical Pony Express rider was nineteen years old and made $100-$150 per month plus room and board.