Day 6: Waverly to Independence
The route zigzags northeast toward Tripoli (pronounced trih-PO-la, by the way) and then curves past the Sweet Marsh Wildlife Management Area, a refuge for deer, doves and various ...
I’m old-school, of course, so I’m in for the hardcover edition!!!!
But would someone tell me — just whattheheck is an “e-book”? I have a hunch it’s what these people keep staring at on these cheap iPad clones. But do you have to have one of those things in order to read it, or can you read it off a laptop too? -”BB”-
E-book can be any electronic book. Usually read on a Kindle, Nook, IPad or Android tablet. Although there are apps to read them on laptops. I am most familiar with Kindle books and Amazon has a nice web app (that will work offline) to read Kindle books with.
This specific book is going to have ebook formats available for Kindle, Nook and iBook.
Chipper the Squirrel is the official mascot of Council Bluffs. There is a small colony of black squirrels that call Council Bluffs home. Cute little guys, much smaller than the red squirrels found all over Iowa.
This thing needs less than $325 to achieve goal and be funded, with 9 days to go. If you were sitting on the fence, now is the time to get off it and support this project.
Official disclaimer — I have no connection to this other than the fact that I am also a supporter at the $35.00 level, which means I get a hard-cover copy of the book once it goes to print. I really want to see what this ends up looking like. -”BB”-