joe bartels wrote:The eastern supes are going to be a little more crowded this winter...
joe bartels wrote:Very exciting! The "Tony Ranch" article under "Longer Stories" on their website is a fabulous read in itself. I'll read the others in time, as I want to savor each.
Here's the book!
The eastern supes are going to be a little more crowded this winter...
Oh my gosh!joe bartels wrote:The eastern supes are going to be a little more crowded this winter...
now im curious to know if the trough/corral down near Paradise Spring is one they built also
te-wa wrote: and tells of some worthwhile sites to check out.. one of them for instance is an old corral just outside of Angel Basin that might be worth a look. On the concrete trough there are inscribed the words "Bacon & Upton, Aug. 27, 1948, Mage, Duane, Mrs. Gladys Bacon".
wallyfarak wrote:If it were possible I'd have a copy in my hands right now.
Sredfield wrote:Hopefully there will be some book signing events.
hikeaz wrote:Sredfield wrote:Hopefully there will be some book signing events.
Authors and Artists Gathering
November 7 and 8, 2009
Superstition Mountain Museum
4087 North Apache Trail
Apache Junction, Arizona 85119
The authors will be at the museum to sign your books.
joe bartels wrote:I gather there's going to be yet another "Trails West" book?!?
hikeaz wrote:joe bartels wrote:I gather there's going to be yet another "Trails West" book?!?
I communicated with Jack yesterday to congratulate him on his new book, find out about any additional book signings and to see what was in the pipeline......
The November 7th and 8th book signing at the SMHS Museum is the only event that we plan to do this year. It is a two day event with many authors that write about the Superstition Mountains.
We are trying not to divert our efforts from writing and research for the next year. We have been working on a revised Hiker's Guide to the Superstition Wilderness, which we titled Superstition Wilderness Trails West. It will be the companion book to Trails East. We hope to have that finished by the end of 2010, but that is a tight schedule. We will include several new hikes on the official trails, but the new stuff will mostly be off trail treks. It will be similar to the Trails East book with GPS data, elevation charts, and more history and probably an additional 32 pages."
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