Posted on November 21, 2011November 29, 2011 by Kenneth Mark HooverFort Griffin: Research Trip for New Haxan Novel Here are some preliminary pictures from the trip to Fort Griffin and Fort Richardson. It was exactly what I was looking for as far as the novel goes. I will post a lot more pictures throughout the week. Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
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K.M., the young boy profiled by darkness inside and green light outside, the nearly (or about to be) broken wooden wheel–these are fabulous. I am quite certain you will make good use of these images in your writing. Thank you these posts which almost make me homesick right before Thanksgiving!
Thank you, I’m glad you liked them. 🙂
You know, as much as I hate to say this, you should read one of my ex’s books —
Soldiers, Sutlers, and Settlers: Garrison Life on the Texas Frontier (Clayton Wheat Williams Texas Life Series) by Robert Wooster
I’ll keep it in mind. Maybe I can find it at our library. 🙂