Where do you read your Local Rag?
Since “Where do you read your Local Rag” began, people have sent us pictures of them reading the Local Rag all over the world: North & South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa. They’ve had the Local Rag on beaches, mountaintops, hot tubs, and outhouses. It’s easy to participate! Just take a copy of the Local Rag with you on vacation, or get a picture with it around here doing something fun (river rafting? horseback riding? on a ski lift?). Send that picture at your camera’s highest resolution to editor@LocalRag.com. Be sure and tell us who is in the picture and where it was taken!
Rotorua, New Zealand Terry and Bonnie McKown of Red Lodge and Don and Anita Shiver of Roscoe in front of the Rotorua Museum of Art and History on the North Island in New Zealand.
Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala Keith Robson, big brother of your humble Local Rag publisher, catches up on Red Lodge news at one of the stops on a cruise with his wife, Sharon.
Haleakala Crater, Hawaii Jodee Hogg, Mike Taylor, Roberta and Peter Kaiser trying to see in a lava tube cavern in Haleakala Crater, Haleakala National Park, East Maui, Hawaii.
Blarney Castle, Ireland Kerry Burns reads a slightly damp Local Rag on the battlements of Blarney Castle. We’re not sure if he kissed the blarney stone, as he had the gift already!
Helena, Montana, United States Paul Beck, Montana State Representative for House District #59, takes a few moments out of his busy day to read the Local Rag on the House Floor Rostrum in the state capitol building in Helena with a group of 7th graders from Luther school.
Tulum, Mexico Lew and Diny Gumper pause to read their Local Rag while touring Mayan ruins on the Yucatan Peninsula in Tulum, Mexico.
Meddelin, Colombia Tory Host Hansen enjoys the first Local Rag of the New Year in Meddelin, Colombia.
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Tory Host Hansen tries to find some shade behind his Local Rag in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Washington, D.C., United States Allison Smith-Estelle and Graham and Steve Estelle take a break from Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremonies to catch up on news from home by the Washington Memorial.