Time to get crackin’
I leave at O:Dark Thirty tomorrow for Portland, OR to Join Jack Graham, Dan Bailey and Dan Westergren for the last Fujifilm Summit for 2017! I took the summer; half of June, all of July and August off to be with family. During the 7 + month battle Wes has waged against his cancer, we have all altered our schedules to be available for anything we can do to help!! Our family has really drawn even closer together and I think I will try to take all my summers off and be with Sherelene, my adult kids and grandchildren in the future!!!
The fall is and exciting mix of some of my favorite locations! After I return from Portland, the next thing up is at the end of September, early October, the Grand Tetons with Jack, truly one of the most majestic national parks! Then it’s off to Buffalo, NY to do a one day digital photography seminar for the Frontier Camera Club. The nexty week I’m over to Akron, Ohio to meet Jack for his Amish and Northern Ohio Tour, always a lot of fun! On the way home,, (driving to all those locations), I will stop by Liberty University to speak to Tim Issacson’s photography classes!
I get home just in 1time to make sure I’m still married and then it’s down to the Smokies for the Annual Nature Photography Summit! The following week Jack joins me for our Fall Smokies Fujifilm Workshop!
I will enjoy the rest of November with my family and then head back to the Smokies for the last part of November and early December for the “Christmas in the Smokies” with our His Light Faithful Friends for a reunion and to get spiritually prepared for the holidays!
Then my winter break will last until the Great American Route 66 Tour Jack and I are doing in mid March! Full details on next year’s schedule coming soon!! You can see all the Bill and Jack schedule at jackgrahamphoto.com
One new feature for next year, I will be offering “One on One” private teaching sessions, details coming on that too!!!!
Have a great fall!
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