To express my excitement for my upcoming first actual novel is thrilling! I hope you’ll enjoy it. It’s going to be available sometime after April 19, 2017 from all e-book retailers. Print copies will be available sometime in May 2017.
Dylan Pritchard traverses his unstable mind through years of travel to and from a waterfall. He’s taken away by a group of strange, but interesting and highly successful people to a remote desert location. After only a day at Monterey Station, he’s abruptly yanked and brought back to face his own reality. This reality is the discovery of what the waterfall meant to him then and now.
Hey Jason, I finally remembered my password….where are all the photos? things have changed a bit…how do I go about talking with someone from TPRA
Per Tena Carter: Reunion! Tembagapura Reunion in Vancouver, Canada on May 27-30.
As I mentioned the other day, this is one of paintings I have made to express myself to my old memories of Tembagapura anda here is one of them. It”s a highlander who dwells Tembagapura area. Hope you enjoy the style. And if you like it, please send me your comments.
A couple days ago I received a welcome email from Jason Scarabin. Thanks Jason for making me exist in your wonderful web! It means a great deal of to me and you know what reunion really means, my friend!. It wakes me up again with my old memories and suddenly it’s now time for me to share to you all. I love being the part of this community. All the past memory is unforgettable for the rest of my life. It’s been already seven years since I finally left Tembagapura from resignation. I had begun working at Freeport project in Engineering & Construction Dept as an administrator from March 1992 until December 1998. I do browsing and find out many familiar names around here including the owner, Scarabin’s (Mine Legend). So, well..I’m breathing fresh .. let me just write anything to you again and again and hopefully we create mutual friend relationship for a better value of our lives in the future. See you then
Perhaps no photo captures the native spirit better as we remember!
Photo by D.D. Scarabin in the early 1990s near Tembagapura.
Photos from this reunion are posted at http://www.tembagapura.com/reunion/.
Always a pleasure to come and visit this site to see all the old names. My dad probably was one of those ‘odd’ people that had a long tenure in TPRA. 87–02? My sister is now doing her masters in education in DC, and I am studying at the Univ. of Virginia. A big shout out to all those old, old friends, who are now all around the world.