For her birthday, I sent Sara this and two other postcards along with a gift certificate to Buy Olympia. She sent this postcard right back. We both enjoy Nikki McClure’s work and we are both big on voting.
Sara mentioned that she’s been on Buy Olympia’s mailing list for a time, but she didn’t realize the postcard she sent me that got me to Buy Olympia was from that same mailing list!
Shawn picked this card up for me! The Sterner-Schafer postcard game is great! Sara reports on this card that is dated 12/12 and postmarked 12/13 (where has it been hanging out for 10 days?) that arborists are doing some tree trimming.
I looked up the Penthouse. It’s an AirBnB and has two bedrooms and two bathrooms and is $263 a night. It looks like it’s in the same general area as the place we stayed at when we stayed in Eureka.
Sara sent two postcards that managed to arrive the same day. This first one gives me a free taco if I bring the postmarked card to Puesto. Judging from their locations, I will not be eating a free taco from Puesto.
This one Sara picked up at NCTE exhibit hall at the national conference. It is from A Perfect Wonderful Day with Friends and the image is from Philip Waechter.
Sara sent these from Iowa, where she was spending Thanksgiving. The postcards are postmarked 11/22 and arrived on 11/25. And that includes a Thanksgiving holiday!!!! There appear to be much better postal routes between the Midwest and Portland than between Northern California and Portland.
Sara reports of her great experience watching a local production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Apparently the cast had COVID illnesses to deal with, but, despite that, their Puck was great and Wall was one of the funniest performances of Wall she had seen.