r. pictures mollyockett day for you

molly 104 cadillac

yesterday we went in to see what was doing on the common for mollyockett day.  one thing, this 1904 cadillac on main street! such a simple machine. later we saw it going toward the parade landing.

floats lining up for the parade:


goat horse cow


moly lamb

finally, here’s one photo from me. i don’t think he saw one of my books for sale in this box at the outdoor library tent sale across from the common. but look at the company my books keep! if it had discounted it maybe 70% i might have bought it, a somewhat poorly proofed but first edition.   however, the asking price of 50¢ was just too much.

GH books molly

if you click here and scroll down, you’ll find a scene from this book which fictionalizes this good day.

3 responses

    • thanks! i added a link below the box of books which includes a supernatural scene of a character based on Molly Ockett, the historic Native American healer in whose honor the day and parade are held each year in our village.

      to see my title and name writ large 🙂 click twice on the books image and … about right of the middle, on a white spine, you’ll see.

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