What I love about the Lost Eureka story from January 1st 1889 is the exemplary mystery and humor which pervades the entire Book of Days. Here is the story: Tuesday January 1st 1889: The Captain pops corn in celebration of the Solar Eclipse path of totality passing over her ship off the coast of Northern California.Continue reading “2020.01.01 New Year’s Day in Lost Eureka”
1888.12.25 Mr. Hawthorne, the trombonist, will be seen again in the Lost Eureka Book of Days. Start reading it here: losteureka.com/bod188812/#18881225 Merry Christmas!
1888.12.24 Stinky daemons at losteureka.com/bod188812/#18881224
1888.12.23 Can’t you see the Spanish water spaniel’s surprised face? Read about it here: losteureka.com/bod188812/#18881223
1888.12.22 The first appearance of the sea monster in the Lost Eureka Book of Days is fearsome. losteureka.com/bod188812#18881222
1888.12.21 What I love about this story from the Lost Eureka Book of Days is no faeries or giants are needed to enchant us. losteureka.com/bod188812/#18881221
1888.12.20 It seems there were more than a few ways to cook your turkeys. Was the Lost Eureka Book of Days author a vegetarian? losteureka.com/bod188812/#18881220