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Back row, L to R: Christine Carbo, Patti Dean, Marie Martin, Ann Minnett, Jeannie Tallman, Anne B. Howard, and Constance See
Front row: Gail Ranstrom, Kathy Dunnehoff, P.A. Moore, Marlette Bess, Leslie Budewitz, Nan McKenzie, and Betty Kuffel
Camera shy: Deborah Epperson, Angela Miller, Ina Albert, Karen Wills, and Lise McClendon
Read a book several years back written by a woman writer who I believe lived in the Bozeman area. As I recall she also did freelance work with National Geographic. As best I remember the book was about her canoeing the Congo River. Would like her name and title of book.
Hi Cinclair, I’ll ask at our next meeting at the end of the month if anyone knows her or about her book.
Thank you for your comment.
Marie F. Martin