Who knows why the pictures suddenly got smaller, but at any rate, you may be surprised to know that you can drag a gas grill behind your RV for several miles, then run over it with that same RV in the campground and still grill chicken breasts on it... Now that is some good manufacturing.
Month: August 2016
Devil’s Tower, Wyoming
A must see if you're ever in the Black Hills.
Well, I will have to wait for my friend Charmaine to send me some decent pictures of our trip west since my husband Dick cannot be accused of good photography. Still, the Badlands are pretty and that's a pretty silly picture of my jeep parked amongst the 600,000 motorcyles that shared our trip west on … Continue reading West
Cool website in California reposted my Stateside Review. I lived in Newport Beach, California for four years in my twenties. Still miss that food.... https://readherlikeanopenbook.com/2016/08/15/l-e-kimballs-seasonal-roads-takes-readers-into-the-hidden-world-of-michigans-upper-peninsula/
Between the Lines
The women of the northern wilderness are tough. L.E. Kimball writes about three of them, and she dips into her own experiences of living off-grid in Michigan's U.P. She shares some of those experiences with Zinta Aistars on BETWEEN THE LINES. On-air at WMUK 102.1 FM, Tuesday, 7:50 a.m., 11:55 a.m., 4:20 p.m., or online … Continue reading Between the Lines
L.E. Kimball’s SEASONAL ROADS takes readers into the hidden world of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
Here is the link to Lisa Lenzo's review of Seasonal Roads! Lisa Lenzo's Review
Detroit Metro Times
Seasonal Roads made the summer reading list in Aaron Robertson's blog on Detroit Metro Times. Check it out here! Detroit Metro Times (Aaron Robertson)