World record holder and phonebook ripper, Edward Charon, demonstrates his skill before participating in StoryCorps.
Facilitator Karen DiMattia is dwarfed by the redwoods in northern California.
Facilitator Sarah Kramer, a born and raised New Yorker, becomes a tree hugger.
En route to see the redwood forest, Mobilebooth facilitators stopped to check out the “burl” furniture and art gallery in Kerby, OR. (A burl is a large rounded outgrowth on the trunk or branch of a tree). If you’re ever driving on the redwood highway, it’s worth a stop.
We’re not the only Airstream in Oregon!
Facilitator Karen DiMattia reverted to her college days as a rock star and partied with Elvis in downtown Ashland, OR.
Sarah Kramer transformed into a medieval superhero, on the lookout for STORIES!
It was a family affair at the mobilebooth when John and Marguerite Black, married for 72 years, were interviewed in Medford, OR.
On a day off, mobilebooth facilitator Sarah Kramer traveled solo to one of the wonders of the world: Crater Lake, the deepest lake in America created by a volcano that blew its top 6,600 years ago. Her fellow facilitator, Karen DiMattia, stayed in bed.
The mobilebooth is parked across the street from Medford’s new library.
Jacksonville, OR is a small town near Medford, where the booth is parked. You can see remnants of its history as a busy gold mining community.
The western mobilebooth travels to southern Oregon. We got a bird’s eye view of the landscape from Table Rock.