News from Berry Camp
Walking out at sunrise to begin loading the seventy-some railcars with Hondas,
Cory tells us the bear he dropped with a shot from a thirty-ought-six
tastes sweetly of all the huckleberries eaten on Pahto's* slopes.
[Pahto is Native American name of Mt. Adams, 12307'.]
With his family move last year to Aberdeen, Rob Gourley has resided in six counties of Washington state over a 40-yr. span. His verse has appeared recently in Elohi Gadugi Journal, Ghost Town Poetry, A Journal of Signs, and Sunset Times.