Heading home tomorrow for a weekend of special gigs. First up, a book signing at the Powerhouse Museum in downtown Kingman, where I will be signing copies of "The 66 Kid" along with my longtime compadre and art pardner, Dan The Man Harshberger.
For Your Wallet, Love, Dan, MCUHS yearbook photo, 1965
Thanks to Robert Ray and JC Printing we will be unveiling a huge 10' banner to plug the "66 Kid Exhibit" upstairs in the museum.
Robert Ray and the "Yuge" banner going up in the Powerhouse Museum
We'll be singing books from 2—4 p.m. Here is the link to the article in today's Kingman Miner:
Powerhouse Museum Book Signing
Speaking of Kingman, I was amazed at a photograph of a cloudburst over the Hualapais posted on Facebook recently. Got up this morning and did a rough study of it:
Daily Whip Out: "Joanie Legg's Hualapai Cloudburst"
The note at the top is a reminder to do a future blog post on a subject that is sure to please no one, but myself. Ha.
On Saturday, April 1, I will be out at the Diamond Bar Ranch to speak at the Duncan Family Reunion. I'll be telling some tall tales about this guy:
Daily Whip Out: "'Black Jack' Ketchum"
And, of course, this guy:
Mr. and Mrs. Tap Duncan
"If you monkeyed with Tap Duncan you were monkeying with a rattlesnake."
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