Gail Hunter

Gail Hunter

Gail Hunter

Gail Hunter began her writing career with crayon, writing on the wall outside her crib. She continued through grammar school as the class Scribe, being given exclusive use of a blackboard for her own drawings, poems, and news to amuse her fellow students. In high school, she was an editor and business manager of the school newspaper, The Salmagundy. 

Ever since, she has been writing for newspapers, travel agencies, school alumnae groups, travel logs (both on land and sea), websites, any place other than the wall. She has been accused of having “gypsy feet” and you might add “itchy fingers” because if the pencil isn’t moving, she goes berserk. Gail has finally admitted she is old (80 this month) so she’s settling down to Memory Lane; short illustrated travel stories recalled through her huge 35mm slide collection. She will also review interesting jaunts for contemporaries to keep the blood flowing, especially to the brain. “Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be…” Rabbi Ben Ezra by Robert Browning (1812-1889) 

Current venues:  

and my newest, not yet populated

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