Harts Pass No. 128

Slow it down and savor the season...


Happy Thanksgiving from Harts Pass!

 A day late with this, but now that you've indulged in your Black Friday binge you can sit back and remember what Thanksgiving is really all about... Thankfulness, friends, and Football! Much Thanks to the entire Methow Valley for being such an excellent place to call home, and three cheers to Kent Woodruff (not pictured here) for logging at least a down or three in his 51st annual Turkey Bowl :)


Polar Opposites: #3,935 on Amazon Rankings!

Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,935 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

I'm definitely not one to really follow these things -- especially with a book that is now two years old. Fleeting as it might be however, ( I mean I probably just happened by at the exact minute that it sold 3 copies in close proximity - or something like that - it is kind of cool to see such a relatively low number next to one of my books. 

Not to MENTION being in the low 20's for children's Bird books. Go Zina!  -- And tiny, mostly black - with a little bit of white, older, near sighted, right-handed, neat and tidy penguins around the world :)

Overdue: Harts Pass No. 125 & 126

Patience is a virtue. Or so it used to be. Thanks for practicing your "old school" values and waiting a while for me to post last week's strip. No. 126 is pretty much right on time! And while we're at it, THREE CHEERS and a big THANK YOU to the good folks at Les Schwab and other such tire places who are prepping us non-wolverine types for safe winter driving. Patience is a virtue...


Poster Design: The Tortoise vs the Hare

I've been having a lot of fun doing poster design for Methow Arts of late. The Missoula Children's Theatre is coming to town Nov. 12-17 and this Tortoise vs the Hare poster is one of my favorites so far -- probably because I got to illustrate it as well :)

If you've got kids in the Methow be sure to note the audition date of Monday, Nov. 12 at 12:30pm. It's a whirlwind week of casting, rehearsals, and performances, but it's an amazing production every year. If you're just checking in from afar, enjoy the poster!