I attended a dog show a while back called Woofstock. Posters for each year are hung up and people are encouraged to dress for the show’s theme. It was a lot of fun!
I thought people might enjoy seeing this Mendocino fire truck from 1887. It’s in wonderful condition. I met a man who said he spent most of the previous day polishing the brass. It gleamed!
I’ve been totally focused for weeks on finishing, editing, and polishing book four. Its unofficial title is MURDER AT THE MUSHROOM FESTIVAL. I took a few days to go to Mendocino for the Fourth of July. I’ll be using the festivities there in book five. I met this cutie dressed up for the parade.
A special birthday cake was made recently for the president of a dog club. It wasn’t made by a commercial bakery. I think the young woman did an outstanding job! The filling between the cake layers was made up of chocolate, peanut butter, and bananas as well as a few other things. It was REALLY good!
It’s wonderful to see the flowers of spring blooming.
Here’s another beautiful Mendocino morning!
My first book, MURDER AT REDWOOD COVE, was released as an audio book last month. I recently received copies of it. The audio company created a different cover. I wanted to share it with you. The other two will be coming out in audio format as well.
I go to Mendocino several times a year to do research for my mystery series. This particular morning there was some beautiful color!