November 20, 2022 News Article from Roanoke Times Author on Catawba stories: People say ‘you’re making this up’ (roanoke.com)
Any Reports of My Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated! Nov. 7, 2022 By Ted Carroll
This was one of many quotes of a man named Will Rogers who was born in 1879 in what is now Oklahoma and died in an airplane crash in Alaska in 1935. He was a writer, actor, speaker as well as other endeavors but was well known for his many quotes. After an absence of several years from the public and family he offered up the above quote—which leads me to start this article to assure all my readers that I am alive and well. So, why the lengthy period of time without writing another book or news about Echoes From Catawba in general? Read more…
Echoes From Catawba Volume 4: The Other Side of the Mountain Book Launch to be held Dec. 11, 2021 at the Salem Museum.
Not only has the Salem Museum graciously agreed to host our book launch, but they have also created an amazing exhibit featuring The Other Side of the Mountain: Life in the Catawba Valley based on the Echoes From Catawba book series. The exhibit will continue through March 2022. See the press release here and read all about it…
The Other Side of the Mountain
The Home Place, A tribute to the Wingate Family
May 25, 2021
Nonprofit Hobby Business Produces Great Wealth!
May 17, 2021
Everything Has It’s Time
April 27, 2021
Check out what The Roanoke Magazine is saying about the release of Ted’s third book.
March 1, 2021
The Day of the Great Honeybee Swarm in Catawba
April 9, 2020
Peggy’s Story Posted in honor of Peggy’s birthday, April 4. During these uncertain times, you will enjoy this story of Peggy’s courage, faith and endurance. This article is part of Echoes From Catawba Vol 1.
Echoes From Catawba turns two in April 2020! Read about a review of the past two years and what’s in store for 2020…
Catawba Valley Squab Farm – Jan. 15, 2020
Thanks to Steve Garman for sharing with us this special video of his mother Louise Garman interviewing Granny Taylor in 2002 when Granny was about 95 years old. We are excited to give you a glimpse of some of the things you will read about in Earl Taylor’s biography. Find the three part video series here.
Mountains and Meadows July 21, 2019
Kevin Williams tells about the impact the late Bobby All, John Garman’s grandson, had on his career. June 3, 2019
The Mountains Were Calling Me (and a wonderful thing happened)
Jan. 5, 2019
The Sound of Christmas Bluegrass in the Valley
Dec. 22, 2018
2 thoughts on “Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022 Roanoke Times News Article”
Ted documented life in Catawba in an accurate, passionate, and very entertaining manner. It’s the perfect reading for Catawba natives and those who wish they were. The 4-volume set of “Echoes of Catawba” is one of my most cherished possessions. Thanks, Ted, for your dedication to sharing so many special times and peoples.
Thank you Betty for your kind comments. You played a very important role in this 4 book series and I thank you for your contributions to making it the success it has been.