Glenda Campbell

"bulldoggrrl"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (2 of 2)
Location: Wichita, KS
 

Reviews

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Route 66 Lost & Found: Ruins and Relics Revisited by Russell A. Olsen
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I have many Rt 66 books and lots of pictures I took on my own personal road trips, but nothing compares to this particular book! I am fascinated by the "Then and Now" photo comparisons and this book has plenty to look at. This author has done his homework! Each shot is taken from the original angle of the original photograph, if at all possible. The only downside of this is, I wish there were more photos (there are LOTS of photos-I just wish this was one of those 1,000 page coffee-table books!). I was not ready for this book to end - possibly a follow-up book in the future?? I sure hope so...thanks for writing this, it's one of the best!! I would highly recommend this book… Read more
Tales From the Coral Court: Photos & Stories from &hellip by Shellee Graham
5.0 out of 5 stars This Book is Tops!, Feb. 5 2004
Anyone who is a true "roadie" will appreciate Shellee Graham's effort to bring the Coral Court alive with her words and photos. Thanks, Shellee, you have created a masterpiece! This is truly a wonderful memorial to the beautiful Streamline Moderne that is no longer.
The Dog Is Not a Toy: House Rule #4 by Darby Conley
I was a late comer in appreciating the humor of this strip. When it first appeared in our local paper about a year ago, I was slow on the uptake and did not read it right away. What a mistake! I now cut each daily comic out of the paper and store it away, periodically going back and reading past strips. When the book came out, I immediately put my order in. Having a sealpoint Himalayan, in past a Siamese, and currently 3 bulldogs, I can appreciate what Darby Conley is doing here. He hits the nail on the head with the personalities of this wonderful pair (Bucky & Satch) of animals! And poor Rob, thank goodness he appears to have the patience of a saint. People with animals must… Read more