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November 2006 Rod Barbee Photography Newsletter
Greetings
Hello from wet and windy western Washington (hereafter referred to as wwwW or W^4). Boy have we had some wild weather lately (see below). Fortunately I don't live in a flood area, we just have a bunch of trees around us and I'm hoping they stay put.

This will have to be short as I’m busy putting the finishing touches (translation: scrambling madly to meet my deadline) on my next book. This book, a photographer’s guide to Puget Sound and northwest Washington, is due to be published sometime this spring. I’ll be sure to let you all know when it comes out and give you a chance to order multiple copies. They’ll make great stocking stuffers!

Mt. Rainier Closed
 
If you don’t live in Washington, you still may have heard about all the nasty weather we’ve been having. It’s been so bad that the National Park Service has closed Mt. Rainier National Park indefinitely. This is the first time in 26 years that the park has been closed. The last time was back in 1980 when Mt. St. Helens blew its top. The flooding was so bad that an entire campground was washed away. And the next set of storms is blowing in as I write.
Slot Canyons/Monument Valley Workshop Half Filled
 
This workshop that I’m co-leading with Don Mammoser next April is already half full. We’ll be spending a couple of days in the Page are photographing the slots and a few other attractions. We then move on to Monument Valley, a truly amazing landscape.

We anticipate that this workshop, like last year's, will sell out.

Special Offer
 
Don and I are also leading a Triple “D” wildlife photography workshop in Utah right after the Slots/Monument Valley workshop. We’re offering a discount of $100 for anybody who signs up for both workshops (space is limited for the Triple “D” workshop so we may not be able to accommodate everyone).
Back to work
 
I'll leave you with Bailey's wet nose in your face. I still have writing to do for the book as well as images to process so I better get to it. Hope the weather's better where you are.
 

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