While it is available on amazon and so forth, the list price is just shy of $40 and that’s for a trade paperback. Part of the issue is the quality of the paper required to print photographs, which, in aspect, is even more amusing as those images were never printed images, but all digital ink.
However as an e–book, the book is, to me, still tasty and fresh in spots. Some astrology woven into the fabric with other observations and musings, and few entertaining images.
San Pedro Spring Redux
For a short time? Free. That’s free — right, you say that, free:
Grab a copy here— my San Pedro Creek.