Literary events in September in Wallowa County Oregon? Geez, an' I thought I had the corner on the literary end of Wallowa County with my Observing Literacy program here at the bed and breakfast.
But she was surfing on my couch today an' reading her email, and read this from Rick Bombaci, the director at Fishtrap:
"While I was 40 miles north of town, dancing under the moon, those storm clouds were pummeling Enterprise with hail. But locals shouldn’t complain. In 1903, a...
It was five years ago this summer that I conceived the idea for my water feature. I began my quest with having a hole drilled through a piece of basalt. The excitement lasted one week because the next week I fell down some stairs, broke my arm and had surgery to fix it. 'Brought the whole thing to a screeching halt for that summer.
I went on another quest to research the size, type and location of a water feature I wanted to add to our Joseph Oregon bed and breakfastgarden. Took...Read More
Wow! What a literary extravaganza at our Joseph bed and
breakfast this week! I'm gettin' the opportunity to observe
all sorts of books here. These guests are making the most of
their Joseph Oregon lodging with plenty to read when they're not
having breakfast or drinking coffee or going out on the town.
Sword Song: The Battle for London by Bernard Cornwell
Top Secret Tourism: Your Travel Guide to Germ Warfare Laboratories, Clandestine Aircraft Bases, and Other Places in the United...
Surprise, surprise! A guest is only a phone call away. Heather & I had just said our good-byes to our departing guests on Sunday morning. We thought we'd settle into a Sunday afternoon routine with no guests at the Bronze Antler Bed and Breakfast, when suddenly the phone rang.
And bingo, we have guests for tonight. They called from Halfway, Oregon. They'd spent the night at the Clear Creek Inn, a Hells Canyon lodging facility and Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild member. Vickie, the...
So. you're debating whether or not you want to take an Eastern Oregon vacation this year? I came across this video produced by Feister Dills Images about Wallowa Lake. They used to be our neighbors and I miss them.
The video is about a family vacation at Wallowa Lake and all the things to see and do there. Since it's only 6 miles away from Joseph Oregon, I thought it'd be worth sharing. . .