Two and one-half weeks ago, Betty and I traveled to Seattle to be present for the birth of granddaughter number three, Isadora Plumb Ellsworth, on July 7, 2012. The new babe and parents Sarah and Baruch are all doing well. We are thrilled to have a new addition to the family.
Next on the agenda is a trip to Dallas early in August to show our film, BRAVO! COMMON MEN, UNCOMMON VALOR at the Vietnam Veterans of America leadership conference. From there we will travel to Brownwood, Texas, to also screen the film. From Brownwood we will head east through Memphis, Tennessee, and on to Washington, DC, for the annual Khe Sanh Veterans reunion and from there on to points further north, screening the film at various locations as we go.
While we are on the road, Betty and I will blog about what we see, what we hear, the food we eat, the people we meet, the heat, the storms, the bayous and lakes, the birds we have never seen before.
On a different subject, Ken plans to publish an e-book of short stories at Amazon.com. The book will be titled The Gods of Angkor Wat. Look for more details soon about the release date.