Glad to be back in Portland after three weeks of biking around and showing films in 100 degree weather. Tour was fun but exhausting. Be sure to check out the site blog, which we’ll be updating with some reflections and more pics in the next few days. I have about 40 DVDs of Tough Stuff left; pick up one here.

The dust is settling and things are beginning to take shape for the Dill Pickles. Lots of planning, projecting and grant writing. We started a Facebook page; join the “I knew ‘em when” club and become our fan.

A quick blurb on a happening this weekend from Ms. Carye Bye:

n110778259042_685Letterpress Printers’ Fair
Saturday, August 8, 2009
11 am - 4 pm
Liberty Hall - 311 N Ivy, Portland, Oregon
$2 admission from 11 am - 2 pm, Free 2 - 4 pm

Last year’s “Letterpress Yard Sale” drew 100s of people interested in finding old type, a table top letterpress or a beautifully printed keepsake. Check out Portland’s many letterpress printers, schools and organizations that offer letterpress workshops, including 23 Sandy Gallery, American Amateur Press Association (AAPA), The Collective of Geniuses (CoG) , Cupcake Press, Em Space Book Arts Center, Garage No. Three, Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC), Ivan Snyder, KeeganMeegan Press & Bindery, Letterary Press, Ms. Starry Art, Obscura Press, Ochre Design, Oregon College of Art & Craft (OCAC), Red Bat Press, South Fork Press, Stinky Ink Press, Stumptown Printers, Twin Ravens Press and more.