The October, 2010 storm now exiting the state triggers memories of the epic storm of October 1919, when Doc and the guys from Henderson Hook & Ladder No. 1 boarded the 1917 Reo and picked their way across Sand Prairie through a white-out night to Devil's Jump-Off, there to unravel the curious events that had been going on out at that remote site on Rush River. (How's that for a run-on sentence.)
Only a very limited number of copies of "An account of the curious events at DEVIL'S JUMP-OFF," remain. It will not be reprinted. You can get a copy by going to www.growingupinhenderson.com
Just $12.00, with all twelve going to the Joseph R. Brown Society.
Wonderful fireside reading for those cold winter nights coming to your neighborhood soon. Don't be among those who are clueless about what happened out at the Jump-Off.
All this and assist the Brown Society, too.