Laurie Armstrong Gossy is delighted to officially announce that she has engaged her first client – Jack London State Historic Park in Sonoma County, which she says combines the fascinating history of author and adventurer Jack London with the abundant beauty of nature.
“While Bay Area counties are under pandemic-related restrictions, the Park remains open, perfect for renewing the body, mind and spirit. Jack’s Shop, open on weekends and available online, offers gift ideas for readers, writers, nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. I look forward to assisting BATW members and welcoming you (and your readers) to Jack London State Historic Park.”
Congrats, Laurie! Nice to see you keeping your talents going here.
Wonderful, Laurie. I’m happy to see you’re staying active in the field. Good luck and I trust you’ll be attracting many other clients.
Ann and I just read your news and wish you tons of success with your new business.
You were always such a wonderful person to work with.
Going back many years you always were so helpful
and supportive of our fledgling careers in the travel writing arena.
Unfortunately we are not in a position to help you or any of your clients these days although there remains a slim hope that we may get “back on that horse” again down the road.
Sincere best wishes,
Don and Ann
Congrats, Laurie. I love Jack’s park, especially the stone pig palace, which certainly was a hog heaven for the swine back in the day.
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