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”
On December 17th in 1888 Dr. Bailey attended to young Alfred Melvin down near Elk River. Read the Story in the Lost Eureka Book of Days here. In this first story from the Lost Eureka Book of Days the magical mixes with the dangerous, setting the tone for this series of stories the Fabulists ofContinue reading “2020.12.17 Lost Eureka’s First Story (so far)”
The Fabulists, Artists, and Researchers of Lost Eureka wish you the warmest of Thanksgivings and offer this story from the newspapers of our city from the year 1889. There are a lot of “turkeys” involved in Lost Eureka. Read the clipping here. Gobble! Gobble! We need your help to continue our research and artwork. IfContinue reading “2020.11.26 Thoughts on Turkeys in Lost Eureka”
You can find Stories from the Lost Eureka Book of Days on the Twitter @lost_eureka if you are into that sort of thing. We will be sending out occasional stories until December 17th 2020 when we will start Daily Stories, beginning with the first story in what we affectionately refer to as “The Prologue.” InContinue reading “2020.11.19 Daily Stories on Twitter”
2021 is going to be amazing in Lost Eureka! We’ve updated the website and are making many more ways to explore the fabulous world we’ve found. To keep the Lost Eureka website up and running we need to have $420 of sales. If you can take care of that for us this year we’ll giveContinue reading “2020.11.14 Website Update”
Saturday December 22nd 1888: Appeased with one child’s life the unseen creature swims round the schooner Mendocino one last time before slinking back to its lair at the bottom of Humboldt bay. Read more here. Support Lost Eureka by purchasing some authentic replicas at our Ink People page here.
Friday, December 21st 1888: Russ Hall is filled with the heavenly songs of Kindergarten students following the last day of school before the Christmas break. Read more here and here. Support Lost Eureka by purchasing some authentic replicas at our Ink People page here.