Lee Stranahan wrote:
"Here's a short excerpt from one of my recent interviews with Sandra Dodd, talking about 'Saying Yes'. Remember : contributors who give $50 or more will be receiving the entire raw interview with Sandra on DVD in the next few weeks. Edited segments will be in the completed film."
My tumbleweed page is listed at top of the list at the bottom of an article on an interesting page. Here's the e-mail I received:
I included your your link about tumbleweeds to our site here at the El Fornio Historical Society. Henry Peabody wrote a short piece about the myth of the tumbleweed and at the end of the piece there are a series of links. Your link was included. Hope you don't mind. It's a good one.
Senior Editor, Illustrator
The El Fornio Historical Society
Home of Junipero Serra's Heart in a Jar
I think if there was a mission church it might've been The Church of the SubGenius or something; still, even if the tumbleweeds are the most authentic thing about it, it's more wordfame for tumbleweeds (and my site, even though it's the weedy-seediest corner of it).