The 2015 book tour is in full swing and off to a great start! Kathy and I have enjoyed making many new friends, and we look forward to a full calendar of events in the months ahead.
January found us with the Wintu Audubon Society, where I was asked to give a presentation about Badges, Bears, and Eagles, my career in wildlife protection, and my upcoming sequel. We thoroughly enjoyed their warm welcome, their hospitality, and many interesting, well-thought-out questions.
The Rooster Tails Fishing Club of Northern California invited me to speak at their February meeting in Auburn. Kathy and I were so impressed with the planning and organization that went into this exciting event. I had the privilege of being a guest on two Sacramento-area radio programs prior to my speaking engagement, helping to ensure an impressive turnout. What a friendly group of fishermen and fisherwomen!
We rounded out the first quarter of the new year with two appearances: a book signing at the Nor-Cal Boat, Sport and RV Show and a presentation to the Shasta Group of the Mother Lode Chapter of the Sierra Club. Kathy and I had a ball at both events.
The year ahead is going to keep us busy, with events scheduled at Lassen Volcanic National Park , the Chico SIRs, and Eureka’s Clarke Historical Museum, to name a few. The highlight of the tour is seeing old friends and making new ones along the way.
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We hope to see you along the way!