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March 08, 2009


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Susan J. Tweit

Wow! I'm honored by your words and your support for my work. Thank you, Deb. Blessings to you....


What a wonderful preview. I rarely read for entertainment, I'm sort of a "reference material" or historic information reader.

However, this one sounds wonderfully tempting. I could use a little inspiration right about now!


The problem with encountering fascinating links is, I forget to come back and say "Thank you."
This time I remembered. Thank you!

Janet Riehl


The combination of the lovely photos and engaging writing makes Susan's work as enticing as it really is. The book is an easy read because of the narrative thread and Susan's graceful writing, but don't be fooled by that. It's meaty, without being heavy.

Wonderful book. Wonderful write-up here.

Janet Riehl

Deb Robson

Hi, Lynn:

Looks like the comment thingy is working better. So far so good on my end.

This book would give you plenty of reference material and information. Susan
is a combination lyric observer and scientist. There are lots of reasons I
think you would love this book. Yes, it's inspiring. It's also incredibly
informative about all sorts of things I'm not usually interested in .

Hugs, Deb

Deb Robson

Hi, Gayle:

Thanks for letting me know! What a wonderful book this is. I'm a darn
critical reader. Even of my friends' work. Hope you enjoy it.


Deb Robson

Hi, Janet:

You're right before me on the blog tour, and I'm already putting the post
together and put the link to your blog in there. Nice to have you as a
neighbor. It's a pleasure to send folks over to visit your site.

Yes, there's heaps of content in a very efficient and, as you say, graceful

Cheers, Deb


I have to add that my booklist grew while reading WNH - lots of wonderful references.

Deb Robson

Some I've read, some I have on the shelf waiting, and some new!

lynne s of oz

Oooh, another book for my wishlist! (though I'd prefer to order it direct not via Amazon.)
I still want Susan's backroads book - we love taking the backroads when we travel and one of Colorado would be fantastic.
I hope your computer problems are clearing up - they seem never ending!

Deb Robson

Yes! Order Walking Nature Home direct! It's one for the top of the wish
list, right into the action list.

The backroads book is absolutely exquisite. It comes in two parts, one for
reading and dreaming at home and one for taking on the road.

I'm installing a Mac on my desktop right this minute. I think the computer
problems are about to diminish radically.

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