More coming soon.
I always knew you were the type of guy who would chuck the city life and hop a train. What I didn’t know was that Grubbs would photograph it.
Looking forward to reading your book from my new home in Silverton, Ore.
Hey Ed, I read your column every week. I used to be “so Billings”(born and raised there) even as late as 2006. Until the big influx of folks in 2007 “so glad to be here” so I left for a smaller town in Mt. Too many folks,too many cars etc. Can’t you just imagine Ed when the day will come when there is 100 people per sq. ft. on the face of this planet. Even if that prediction is only 1% right.
Hi Ed, Just back from Butte and saw your new book coming out which looks great. I’m not sure you heard about our project, “Expressing Montana.” We produced an hour radio show which aired on both MT. NPR networks last week, an exhibit in Missoula and an interesting web offering which is the most comprehensive part. If you’d like me to send you a Cd of the radio show give me a holler. I’ve hooked up with Dick Dillof a couple of times in the last few weeks and really enjoyed your piece on him.
regards, Hal Cannon
Hello! On your way to Ennis would you like to come to our 2nd Annual Spirit of Montana Author’s Gathering in Big Timber August 5 from 6:30-9:00? We would love to have you a a guest and show off our renovated gorgeous library. We will have wonderful food and several other authors speaking for your entertainment. You are welcome to sell books. Sorry for the short notice. Hope you can make it, Sincerely, Kate Lewis RSVP 406-932-5608 or 932-3086
Ed, l was so lucky to catch you for the book signing. Love the book. Hope to see you at Carter’s real soon.
As an employee of the railroad, i’d like to ask to discourage folks from hopping on a train.
Sam, Good to hear you’re enjoying the book. As for riding the rails, I’m afraid things have changed so much in the past 10 to 15 years that I really wouldn’t encourage anyone else to ride. I do plan to take a few more trips myself one of these years, however, just to see what remains of the old romance.
Ed, you’ll be the featured writer on The Write Question next week: Thursday, October 27, airing at 6:30 p.m. on Yellowstone Public Radio (YPRadio.org) and at 7:30 p.m. on Montana Public Radio (MTPR.org).
Ed- I met Dick Dillhoff. Is he still alive? He develped a relationship with my disabled sis and I have some wonderfull drawings I would love to share with you that Dick did. Bar napkins no less on some. I would love to reconnect those two if he was interested. I will have to get your book for my sis. She currently lives at Big Sky Care Center Helena I can be contacted at 406-459-2770
MY SON JUST FORWARDED YOUR CITE, SOORY I MISSED THE MULES REUNION
Great to hear from you. Oddly enough, just last night I posted a picture on Facebook, an old Mules portrait taken in Spokane, and you were one of the guys I definitely recognized. Take care! Hope to meet up with you again some day.
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