New Story Posted: the Last Helping of Roadhouse Stew

Greetings all,
I’m sharing out my new historical fiction today set at the Washoe House at the north-west edge of the Petaluma Valley.  It’s an iconic place with a 160+ year history. If you lived nearby, you would have seen it driving on Stony Point Road.  There’s plenty of tourist level history available on line, but I wanted to get a bit deeper and unfold a fictional human drama there set in the 1920s and 1930s.  Beyond that, I can’t say much without spoiling the story. I can tell you it’s about a 35 minute read.
If you no longer live nearby, give this a read in place of stopping by for a burger and beer beneath the dollar bill ceiling.
Later, I’ll be posting some of my author’s notes and the timeline so if you want more background, watch for a second alert because some of that material is as interesting as the story.
Here’s the link:

3 thoughts on “New Story Posted: the Last Helping of Roadhouse Stew

    1. Hi Lizl. Thanks so much for giving it a read. And about that yard. . . ugh! Yes, it was supposed to be, and now is “yarn” . . . for making a larger ring fit. I recall seeing plenty of gals do this very thing back in high school so used it in the story.

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