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Quote from: lparent on August 22, 2010, 08:24:07 AMYes, I'll be at the Photographing West Texas symposium in Alpine in mid-September. I hope I'll meet some of you. And you can ask me any question you can think of about my book "Death at Big Bend." I may not have the answers, but I'll try!Well, I want to know why I am not in your book? I have "died" more than once out there. Was I disqualified just because I "came back"; do you have to "stay dead"? Maybe I can make the sequel.Amigo,QS
Yes, I'll be at the Photographing West Texas symposium in Alpine in mid-September. I hope I'll meet some of you. And you can ask me any question you can think of about my book "Death at Big Bend." I may not have the answers, but I'll try!
Man dies at parkAugust 24, 2010 10:56 AMODESSA AMERICANBIG BEND A 69-year-old South Carolina man died from a medical condition Sunday after hiking in the Grapevine Hills at Big Bend National Park, a release issued by National Parks Service stated.Richard Bruce Johnson of Columbia, S.C., became ill after hiking Sunday, the release stated. Park rangers were transporting Johnson in the park ambulance when he became unresponsive.According to NPS, park rangers, as well as Terlingua Fire and EMS worked to resuscitate Johnson.?We are truly saddened by his tragic death,? Big Bend National Park Superintendent William E. Wellman said. ?And offer our condolences to the Johnson family and friends.?
Does the book contain the story of that wierd guy that used to ride his bicycle around San Antonio wearing only a thong and then decided to drive out to BBNP, climb up to the South Rim, strip naked and jump off?
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