Boise: From Zero to Full Speed in Four Days

BOISE, IDAHO–The first of two AAA sessions today, at the Idaho Statesman newspaper in Boise. A very good audience of almost 30 people, representing print, public radio, commercial television, the AP and Boise State University (students and faculty.) Huge thanks to Betsy Russell of the Idaho Press Club for organizing the venue and getting the word out. This session came together exactly one week after I e-mailed Betsy following the Idaho Falls presentation. We didn’t make voice contact until this past Monday, which means the session came together in only four days. Remarkable!

Now on to Walla Walla WA, 250+ miles down the road.

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