SOMETHING FISHY

At the Panama Canal

by Anne Louise Grimm


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/3/2006

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781425927141
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781425927134

About the Book

Only those who lived it know where historical fact stops and the fiction begins. The historical names are real, story characters with made up names bear no relation to actual living people. There were FCC-licensed radio amateurs with KZ5 call signs at the Panama Canal Zone, but those listed are fictitious.

By same author: INTIMATE REFLECTIONS, Two Years at the Panama Canal; TERRALIMBO, Out of Time.

Coming soon: FLETTER COVE, Romance and Relationships, (Short stories): INTIMATE REFLECTIONS, Tales Told Out of School.


About the Author

Anne Louise Grimm is a member of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, with latest column "Grimmly Reflecting." Copies of her "Of Shoes and Ships" column in the historic daily English-language Star & Herald of Panama, are on microfiche at the Library of Congress. Published in newspapers and US magazines with inclusion from an extensive collection of her own photographs and drawings, she is FCC licensed Extra Class amateur radio operator with Volunteer Examiner certification, KA7TON, and trustee of KD7KAJ, Willapa Amateur Radio Club. Licensed over 20 years ago as a Novice, she passed the Clase B test—in Spanish—for an HP2 license. A 7th degree member of the Grange at Willapa Valley Grange #527, she is incorporator—and one of the directors—of Willapa DAWN, Domestic Abuse Women’s Net.

 

After travels by highway, and additionally by ship and plane, multiple times from the Pacific Northwest—between nearby Canada and Panama at the equator—through all US states except Hawaii, all Mexican states except the Baja and Yucatan Peninsulas and Central American countries except Belize, she has returned permanently to Pacific County, Washington. To about 10 kilometers—half a dozen miles—from where she was born. She lives in an apartment with two faux fur cats and an owl. Any of which travel in luggage without complaint nor need of litter box. Currently she tends a young indoor banana plant which is growing nicely, thank you—and aloe vera also doing well.

 

Anne has always lived near sea level along the temperate—and tropic—rainforest coast. She has enough Spanish and her original German learned as a child, for listener laughter, and claims the "Grimm" sense of humor of her parents and siblings. She HTML codes her Web site at http://www.willapabay.org/~anne/annepers.htm