|Manito Park, Spokane|
I just checking the stats for slowreadtoasunburn and low and behold, eight followers from the Ukraine are reading this thing! Maybe it's a book group?
Dear Ukraine Readers:
This is a photo of Manito Park in Spokane, Washington. (Look at a map of the USA -- any version will do, as our borders don't change much.) See Washington? Okay, Spokane is to the right of Seattle.
I don't know if you found slowreadtoasunburn while looking for a recipe for hot cross buns, but welcome! When you read -- I hope Amazon reaches the Ukraine -- Hot Cross Buns, the book not the recipe, you'll read about Manito Park on Spokane's South Hill. Isn't it beautiful? A bakery named The Manito is one of many Spokane locations in Hot Cross Buns, again, the book not the recipe.
Anyway, when you read Hot Cross Buns -- Do you have e-books? -- you will find a recipe for hot cross buns at the very front of the book, although I think you'll relate more to the parts of the book relating to scones and pies. Am I all screwed up on my religion/politics? I didn't think you celebrated Easter, which is when Catholics snarf hot cross buns. Why are you looking for a recipe for hot cross buns. Please send clarification.
My co-authorette, Judy, and I would love to meet you. Do you have book groups? Book groups are when a group of people pick a book to read and then get together once a month to discuss -- or not -- that month's book. Unless you're at my home, the food is usually quite good, too. No hot cross buns, though! (Ha, ha!)
I hope to meet you after you read Hot Cross Buns. Wouldn't it be funny if we ate hot cross buns?