Financial Support for Barnstorming

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Financial Support for the Barnstorming Blog from our Readers

Your financial support helps to keep this blog an ad-free daily offering. Your contribution of any amount is encouragement to me and deeply appreciated.

$10.00

For a limited time, if you support Barnstorming with a $50 gift (put a 5 in the PayPal window above), I will send you a gift of our new book Almanac of Quiet Days containing fifty of my full color photographs that inspired award-winning Whidbey Island poet Lois Edstrom to write a poem for each photograph.

Thank you to these special readers who have financially supported this blog to keep it ad-free.  Bolded names have sent multiple donations.

Your gifts keep me going!

Alice LaChapelle, New York
Richard Shafer, North Carolina
Cheri Falk, New Hampshire
Glenda McCoy, Missouri
Barb Pearson, Oregon
Hope Hodges, Ohio
Evie Walter, Wisconsin
Skye Blaine, California
Keith Shadden, Oklahoma
Diann Sherwin, Delaware
Jeanelle Kious, New Mexico
Diane Benard, Florida
Teri Hyrkas, Minnesota
Sally Edwards, Connecticut
Nancy Shores, Kentucky
Andrew Wiles, France
Mary Engel, Arizona
Valerie Lemelin, Virginia
Jill Hanigofsky, Ohio
Angie Bode, Washington
Kaylene Johnson, Alaska
Melinda Coppola, Massachusetts
Ernest and Norma Jenner, Washington
Jolene Sullivan, Michigan
Jean Herringa, Washington
Pat Hanson, New York
Sara Watson, Washington
Wendy Edwards, California
Dorine Zehr, Oregon
Kristin Ullom, Indiana
Wayne Sewell, Oklahoma
Judy Grieve, South Carolina
Sandra Molnar, Victoria, B.C.
Leah Puhlman, Oregon
Carla Arnell, Illinois
Suzanne Vlietstra, California
Sally Hansen Bowen, Washington
Wanda Moon, Michigan
Brian Colgate, Victoria, BC
Peggy Skolmen, Washington
David Lewis, Indiana
Nancy Glover, Connecticut
Joyce Clement, Alabama
Anne Payne, Illinois
Jo Monaghan, Idaho
Ann Lawthers, Massachusetts


9 thoughts on “Financial Support for Barnstorming

  1. Love your blog! The photographs make me long for the Northwest! My father’s family were from Sunnyside area, but I was born in Vancouver, WA. We moved all the way to the east coast when I was younger and I now live in the south. Your insights are lovely. I found you through Ann VosKamp’s blog.
    Just wanted to say “thank you” for sharing!

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  2. With two nurses in my family — my late Mum and my 2nd sister — how could I not want to support you with this book of poetry.
    In the end, I know the postage will be more to Canada, even though we’re just across the Salish Sea, so please let me know and I’ll send more to cover it.
    Blessings!
    Brian

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