**ALL STORIES AND PHOTOS ACCEPTED - will be awarded 2 free eBooks.
It obviously caught most of us off guard. We all have some crazy stories and great photos!
I am overwhelmed at the response on Facebook for submissions so I am adding some details here.
All entries due by March 31, 2019-
WE NEED YOUR - entry, and of course your name, phone, email.
Send submissions to - Subject line Storm Photo- or Story-
**ALL STORIES AND PHOTOS ACCEPTED - will be awarded 2 free ebooks.
Online 2 free per author and photographer even if multiple submissions are accepted.
Don't worry about spelling, grammar.
I am looking for the base story. I will be editing it. I will be picking a wide range of 'happenings'.
Send submissions to - Subject line Storm Story- Title if you have one.
All written entries that are accepted will be notified on April 7, 19. To sign disclaimers.
SEND US YOUR BEST STORM PHOTOS!
WE NEED YOUR- name, phone number, email address.
PLUS Where, When, Who... and any details.
Send submissions to - Subject line Storm Photo- Title if you have one-
All photos accepted will be notified on April 7, 19. To sign disclaimers.
EBOOKS - is an online version of the book. We will be publishing on smashwords..com
If possible we will be creating an actual paper book, but first we need to see what entries we get.
Details will be announced at a later date.
Su Stella- Writer, artist.
Curt Harville - Artist photographer
We moved to Oakridge on March 1, 2017.
Traveling is a way of life. It is the curiosity to see what is over the next hill or around the next corner.
Traveling is something we all crave.
Visit Oregon often.
Curt and I have been traveling the world all of our lives, even long before we met in 1998.
It always amazes me when someone says,
"I've lived here my whole life but I have never been to...."
What are you waiting for?
Plan a day trip.
Very few places compare to the stunning scenery at Crater Lake.
Any season is the one to visit for a few hours or a few days.
Get out of the house.
If you love the charm of covered bridges Lane County is the place for you. Our county has more covered bridges than anywhere else west of the Mississippi River. So make a plan and visit all twenty.
Oregon has eleven lighthouses, nine are official and two are private but certified by the Coast Guard as transportation aids.
Make a plan to visit all seven that are open to the public.