Pavement Ends
James Baughn

Murder, suicide, or none of the above?

Posted Thursday, February 25, 2010, at 12:03 PM


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  • James, I told 95-year old Advance resident Paul Corbin about this blog; he had already clipped out the announcement about Danisi's 1 p.m. program at the Cape Library. We're considering a trip to Cape tomorrow. We'll have to travel separately, as I'm meeting someone later to go see "Carousel" at the River campus.

    Back in 1975, Paul traveled the entire length of the Lewis & Clark trail. He's somewhat of an authority on the topic. He's helped with the Red House -- one time I dropped in to see him at his home, and he was baking some short pieces of sapling, which he had fashioned into the pegs that were used to put the Red House together.

    Neither of us have seen the library since it's been remodeled, so this would be a good opportunity.

    Perhaps we'll see you there!

    -- Posted by goat lady on Fri, Feb 26, 2010, at 10:31 AM
  • Well, we didn't make it to the library, but I ordered the book on Amazon.com. I'll loan it to Mr. C and let him read it first.

    One of our Dexter blogger buddies suggests that it's not a far trip to go watch the exhumation of Lewis's body!! What a field trip, eh?

    -- Posted by goat lady on Sun, Feb 28, 2010, at 9:05 AM