Monday, July 6, 2009

The following folks have a My Town Monday post ready:

Pettysville Junction, Livingston County, Michigan (mine)
Samuel Steele's March West with the North West Mounted Police in 1874 by Barbara Martin
Peninsula, Ohio by Debra Bures
Metro Detroit is Buggy with Patti Abbott
Megan Abbott to Make Stop in Detroit, a post by The Walking Man
The Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati by J. Winter
Hither Hills State Park, New York, by Gail Stockton
Oasis Camel Dairy in Ramona, California by Barrie Summy
What Happens at Gramma's, Central Ontario, by Jenn Jilks
Fourth (or 3rd) of July in Chicago, by Lauren Amundson

If you've got one, leave a note in the comments and I'll add you.

Thanks always to Travis for getting this ball rolling. You're always welcome to come back if you have another MTM post.

12 comments:

Barbara Martin said...

Clair, my post will be up near 11 pm as a continuation of Samuel Steele's March West with the North West Mounted Police in 1874.

debra said...

My post is up, Clair. Thanks for hosting.

eviljwinter said...

Clair, my post goes live at 8 AM tomorrow morning.

Barbara Martin said...

Clair, sorry it's a bit late but up now.

the walking man said...

I went and broke my streak of 123 days of poetry to post a My Town Monday even though the event is Thursday.

eviljwinter said...

http://eviljwinter.wordpress.com/2009/07/06/mtm-cincinnati-great-american-ballpark/

Clare2e said...

Dear Clair- The site looks fantastic, and thanks for taking over wrangling duties! The new MTM at womenofmystery.net is up from our Gail's visit to Montauk on Long Island, NY.

pattinase (abbott) said...

Mine is up. Thanks for taking the reins.

Barrie said...

My post is up. It's about the Oasis Camel Dairy in Ramona, CA! Thanks, Clair!

Jenn Jilks said...

I'm up What happens at Grandma's.

I did not realize you had done this! I've been busy being Grandma! ("Gamma, cawwy? Up, up?")

pattinase (abbott) said...

Love your clever summaries.

Lauren said...

I didn't realize that you were collecting the MTM posts. I have one about Chicago's Independence Day celebrations at http://bookintheoven.blogspot.com/2009/07/my-town-does-fourth-of-july.html.