Back from trip; Ship Hotel book signings set

My 10-day trip south was fun but left no time for blog updates. Lots to catch up on including the scheduling of three signings of my new book, The Ship Hotel: A Grand View along the Lincoln Highway.

FRI, April 16, 7–8:30 pm: B&N Waterfront, Homestead PA

SAT, April 17, 10–Noon: Coffee Bean coffeehouse, 5345 Rt 30, across from Westmoreland Mall, Greensburg PA

SAT, April 17, 2:30–4 pm: newly restored Union Hotel, 128 E. Main St., Everett PA

The non-profit Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor is coordinating the two on Saturday and will have books available for purchase with cash or check. Coffee mugs and t-shirts featuring vintage pictures of the Ship Hotel will also be for sale along with my other books on the Lincoln Highway and roadside attractions.  Sales benefit the non-profit LHHC.

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6 Responses to “Back from trip; Ship Hotel book signings set”

  1. RoadDog Says:

    Hope sales are doing well. Are you going to be in Dixon in June?

  2. Mod Betty / Retro Roadmap Says:

    I’m looking at calendars and maps, seeing if we can swing a Retro Roadmap visit to one of these!

  3. Sandy Says:

    Please contact me about possibly coming into Central City to talk about your new book!

  4. tom wible Says:

    i hope to make it to the greensburg date:-)

    btw, i recently slogged thru >7k pix of our trip to utah last fall & put them on my website. here’s a direct link to a shot of an old section of the lincoln hwy just east of green river, wy:

    http://wibles.webhop.net/barbs/60thTrip/sep23-ne2ut/slides/P1070208.html

    click on the map link for a closeup googlemap, click on the googlemap link for an overview…

  5. Jim Payne Says:

    In 1998 I was traveling home from a convention in Greensburg. I decided to take Rt 30 to Bedford as a shortcut to the turnpike. I knew nothing about the Lincoln Highway. I discovered that Rt.30 was no time saver, but it was a very enjoyable drive. And along the way I saw the Ship Hotel! I had seen it once on a TV documentary, but I didn’t recall where it was located. I stopped and took pictures, and sadly, that would be my only opportunity to see this interesting place.

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