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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Entrada Program on Wildflowers

Entrada Program on Wildflowers

[Saturday night, June 5, 2010]

The Speaker was Deborah J. Clark, Author of "Wildflowers, Capital Reed," a field guide


Annette and Larry already had their autographed copy of the field guide. Nancy had her copy and both Thomas O. Clark and Deborah J. Clark autographed it after the program. Tom was the photographer.

The Entrada President introduced the program, mentioned upcoming events, and introduced the speaker.


This is Deborah, before she started showing slides of flowers and explaining the diversity of the geology of the area that spawns the diversity of the flowers in the area. She also mentioned a number of flowers that are only found in Wayne County and around Capital Reef National Park.


There was a very good group in attendance; here is our side.


Here is the other side. Deborah is signing a book, at left. Coffee shop to right.


Tom signing books, as well.


Annette and Nancy among those outside afterwards.


A little publicity for our hosts, the Robber's Roost Bookstore!


It was another very good day!  ;-)



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