Grand Canyon Railway RV Resort became my little piece of pull thru-property for the next two nights. I took a deep breath and proceeded to unhook the Short Story for the first time on this trip. My nerves tensed as silly thoughts sprouted inside my head. What if I couldn’t get it hooked back up? What if I drive off and can’t find my way back? The Grand Canyon Railway sounded tis long whooohoo whistle as it pulled out of the depot only a block away and headed for the Grand Canyon to drop off its load of tourist. My heart twisted as I thought of my time on the train so long ago.
Enjoy my first interview using the Story Corp. Meet Albert Beck.
StoryCorps Interview with Albert Beck
I would be remiss if I didn't mention Jacque La Croix-Clayton an artist from Flagstaff, whom I met at the Visitors Center. It was the story of her husband which was intriguing. Her husband who is an author like most of us, had a real job repairing surveillance cameras. One day he witness a young girl being kidnapped by traffickers. It so moved him he wrote, SHADOW IN THE DARKNESS. He writes descriptively and kept me turning the pages. Please read and pass the message on to everyone, especially your children.
Claytton's book ties in with Sportster's, first book in The Feline Series, ACTIVATE LION MODE.
Searching for a feeling I ain't felt in a while."
“The book is a narrative, both of physical travel and of emotional and spiritual evolvement,” says Howard. “It leads the reader through the hills and valleys and provides insights to fear and bravery.”
Howard aims to weave an emotionally-charged narrative with humorous anecdotes and a unique perspective on life, engaging and inspiring the reader. She looks to take the readers on a ride into her new stage of life, through the joys of travel, over unexpected bumps in the road with glimpses of the world through her eyes and even the eyes of her cat to a final destination that is hope.