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PO Box 697
Pony, MT 59747
406-685-3222
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Farcountry Press
2750 Broadwater Avenue
PO Box 5630
Helena, MT 59602
406-422-1252


Riverbend Publishing Co.
1660 B St
Helena, MT 59601
406-449-0200


Companion Press
1445 Ash Drive
Bozeman, MT 59715
406-585-9565


Ultimate Press
1627 West Main St # 447
Bozeman, MT 59715
406-585-0237


Skyline Publishing
P O Box 1118
Columbia Falls, MT 59912
406-892-5560


Mountain Press Publishing Co Inc.
Official distributor for HOPS Press titles.
1301 South 3rd St West
Missoula, MT 59801
406-728-1635


Raven Publishing Inc.
125 Cherry Creek Road
PO Box 2866
Norris, MT 59745
406-685-3545


Lighthouse Trails Publishing, LLC
PO Box 908
Eureka, MT
406-297-7756


Buglin Bull Press
32 South Howie St
Helena, MT 59601
406-443-3098


Beartooth Publishing
24 South Willson Avenue
Bozeman, MT 59715
406-585-7205


Cottonwood Publishing Inc.
296 Willowbrook Drive
Helena, MT 59602
406-495-1020

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Plant drawings on wooden blocks.

Plant drawings on wooden blocks.

Hello Thomas,

Botany in a Day.       Just wanted to let you be aware of what I have been using your book for. I picked up a
(black-and-white) copy of Botany in a Day at Goodwill several weeks ago, and shortly after buying it, at my place of work, they were throwing away a lot of little blocks of southern yellow pine that I saved. This combination inspired me to start drawing the images from your book on the wooden blocks. Thought you might find them interesting, or just think it is fun to know what ripples out from the rock that was thrown in the pond.

      I drew them by hand. Used a sharpie fine point pen. I don't trace anything, just look at the picture and draw what I see. None of them will line up exactly to the original, but I figure that is what makes them mine. The blocks are narrower than the original pictures, so most of them are drawn a little tighter, or have parts excluded.

--Joanna Rogers,
Illustrator for Hire
Michigan


Books
authored by
Thomas J. Elpel
Roadmap to Reality: Consciousness, Worldviews, andthe Blossoming of Human Spirit
Roadmap
to Reality
Living Homes: Stone Masonry, Log, and Strawbale Construction
Living
Homes
Participating in Nature: Wilderness Survival and Primitive Living Skills.
Participating
in Nature
Foraging the Mountain West: Gourmet Edible Plants, Mushrooms, and Meat.
Foraging the
Mountain West
Botany in a Day: The Patterns Method of Plant Identification
Botany
in a Day
Shanleya's Quest: A Botany Adventure for Kids
Shanleya's
Quest

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