The drive home from the tour

It was a long day of driving back to southern California from South Lake Tahoe. The highlight of the trip was stopping at Manzanar, the internment camp that the United States government created during World War II to imprison some of its innocent citizens. Since we were driving right past it, I thought it was worth stopping. After all, our whole trip was about rights of citizens and their equality with others.

Everyone got home safely. What a trip. Can’t wait to do it again.

About tiberall

Thea Iberall is a multi-talented writer. She studied playwriting at the Moving Arts Theatre and the Academy of New Musical Theatre. Plays include: We Did It For You! Women's Journey Through History, At Seven (Toledo Rep), Primed for Love (Eclectic Company Theatre) and Amacry! The Neuronic Musical (Out Theatre). She has a Master's Degree in Writing (USC). Her novel The Swallow and the Nightingale (Strong Voices) is a fable about a 4,000 year old secret brought through time by the birds. Her collection of contextual poems The Sanctuary of Artemis (Tebot Bach) integrates science and history with the language of poetry. She also has a Ph.D. in Computational Neuroscience (UMass) and is the author of 3 scientific texts.
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1 Response to The drive home from the tour

  1. Beverly says:

    WELCOME HOME!!!!

    THANKS FOR KEEPING US ABREAST OF YOUR ACTIVITIES. SOUNDS LIKE IT WAS QUITE EXCITING AND SUCCESSFUL. AND READY TO DO IT AGAIN HUH?!

    HUGS,

    BEVERLY

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