Tuesday, November 16, 2010

What fun can you have with a bucket of bloody chicken parts?


FUN FACT #2 has been posted to my website. Check it out HERE.

Also, you may notice Chapter One of Dogsled Dreams has been officially posted on the top bar.

I've been busy lately considering a CIRCLE SUPERIOR book tour to Thunder Bay and Duluth. I could take in the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon and visit my old haunts in Thunder Bay. I've been invited by a Thunder Bay musher friend of Boreal Journeys to join them at the race festivities. Dogsled Dreams is based in the outskirts of the city.

This hasn't been officially decided yet. I have a concern with the road conditions in January. But just in case, are any of my dear readers along this route?

5 comments:

Rena said...

Yum yum! Interesting about the "mush" part. I didn't know that.

Jemi Fraser said...

I'm at the wrong end of the lake!

And you're right - even with our great road crews, driving in Northern Ontario in January can be a nightmare!

Stephen Tremp said...

Hmm ... lets see. I could cook it and take it to a Halloween or April Fools Day party.

Susan Fields said...

Ooh - that fun fact was, uh, interesting. :) I can see the need behind it, though.

I hope you get to take your trip and have a fantastic time with good driving conditions!

Teri Treftlin said...

Wasn't Mukluk one who tipped over the baited water? lol! Whata character!

Hope you can make it north enough to stop in Geraldton at North Winds Farm, and visit with Teri, Jason, Graeme, Kael and all our critters! Too bad we don't have any of the huskies any more - but we can reminisce together over Kona and Ulu, Soho and Elsie, who all spent their final days in our care. Miss you!