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March 10, 2008


Tony Turner

Please excuse a shameless commercial message: Eight miles south of Ticonderoga in the Town of Hague, NY, is a delightful rustic coffee and luncheon shop named "The Uptown Store." Go south on Route 9N, turn right on NYS Route 8 (Graphite Mountain Road) and look for it on the right a few hundred yards after you have turned. Lauren Parlin -- owner, propretor and head chef -- was trained at the Culinary Institute and puts together a classy, yet casual, summer menu. Lauren is also my daughter.

Tim Abbott

Thank you, friends. When the muse descended, I had to follow. I'll share bits of the book as I get further into the story. Tim

David Corbett

Dear Berks. ,
Good luck and congrats on the novel project ! Considering your love of history and your background it should be a superb read .
cordially ,
David Corbett


Spring spring spring spring spring!

Based on last year's photo log, I reckon I am about a week away from catching some really cool flying beastie hanging out at my porchlight.

Very cool that you are working on a novel, btw!

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