Greetings from the Lowell Area Historical Museum Industry and Retailing Room where I will be stationed for the next three days with my books, and other vendors. Books make great gifts and souvenirs from the great town of Lowell. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to find a unique gift.
Even though I didn’t get much NaNoWriMo writing done, I came across a lot of inspiration for more writing.
First we got a foot of snow making it hard to get out of the house. So I had a chauffeur for the day, our Moravian son Jakub Pala. We made it to our first meeting of the Michigan Craft Distillers Association at DeVos Hall in downtown Grand Rapids.
“How did you get here?” Diana Stampfler, executive director said.
“One of our Moravian Sons gave me a ride to the meeting,” I laughed referring to the name of our Moravian Sons Distillery.
Timed right before the opening of the Food and Wine Festival, we got a sneak preview of the exhibits of craft distilleries, wineries and breweries.
NaNoWriMo writing , total 37, 407
Sequel to The Lost Town
Tightened the ties between the Lost Town of Singapore and Breese located on the Dream Waterway that connected Lake St. Clair to West Michigan.
Introduced hints of secrets of Singapore not to be revealed.
The Lowell Ledger 11-23
In the upcoming issue watch for these stories.
Local baker mom wins Gingerbread Championship on Food Network
Rogue River Artists at Lowell High School the first Saturday in December
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