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Reply Deena Rose
5:29 PM on August 29, 2016 
Bruce I made the opportunity to visit moosegantz.com when I got a moment Monday afternoon. I returned from our wine event in Nevada City wanting to know more about Hugh Glass. I read from Chpt 5 to Chpt 20, Sun evening. I'm sure I can finish it tonight. It is such a colorful and well told story. I feel as if I can understand the depth of his despair and disgust with his life as a pirate and how he felt that he must get away. Thank you again for enlightening us on the true facts of this remarkable man's tale and hope we meet again in the future. Perhaps we will discuss wine. That is my real passion!
Reply Dianna
12:51 PM on April 4, 2015 
Hi Bruce! Love the new pictures on your site! Looking forward to seeing more info on Oberon's Gold, and The National Exchange. As you already know I've read all of your books, and am looking forward to your next publication. Hope it's soon!
Reply bruce-bradley
11:38 AM on June 19, 2014 
Richard Hurley says...
Hi Bruce & friends,

Thanks for the Google+ invite. I am a newbie as far as social media are concerned. Not sure how it all works, but happy to be included.

I thought you and other Nevada Co. history fans might be interested in an exhibit TJ Meekins and I just put up at the Rood Center. The topic is "California and the Civil War," and the show is composed of the graphic panels that provided the narrative for an exhibit we designed for the Folsom History Museum in 2012. Most of the show is up on the 2nd floor, but there is a story on the ground level on the way to the assessor's office that I thought might be of special interest to you, Bruce, since it concerns an heroic bartender who saves the day (or night, actually) for the Unionists of Nevada City. There was a rumor that the Secesh of Grass Valley were going to attack and slaughter the loyal citizens, and Jim Blaze, owner of Blaze's Saloon, was the only man to take decisive action. (The town's standing joke in 1865 was, "If you want a drink, you can go to Blaze's." Humor was still in its formative stages.)


THANKS RICHARD--I'LL CHECK IT OUT!
Reply Richard Hurley
4:32 PM on June 18, 2014 
Hi Bruce & friends,

Thanks for the Google+ invite. I am a newbie as far as social media are concerned. Not sure how it all works, but happy to be included.

I thought you and other Nevada Co. history fans might be interested in an exhibit TJ Meekins and I just put up at the Rood Center. The topic is "California and the Civil War," and the show is composed of the graphic panels that provided the narrative for an exhibit we designed for the Folsom History Museum in 2012. Most of the show is up on the 2nd floor, but there is a story on the ground level on the way to the assessor's office that I thought might be of special interest to you, Bruce, since it concerns an heroic bartender who saves the day (or night, actually) for the Unionists of Nevada City. There was a rumor that the Secesh of Grass Valley were going to attack and slaughter the loyal citizens, and Jim Blaze, owner of Blaze's Saloon, was the only man to take decisive action. (The town's standing joke in 1865 was, "If you want a drink, you can go to Blaze's." Humor was still in its formative stages.)
Reply bruce-bradley
7:17 AM on May 26, 2014 
Mary Jane Naylor says...
Hello, Bruce Bradley, ...... A friend and I took a short trip up to see the National Hotel earlier this week, looking for my ex-daughter-in-law. I haven't talked to her in a long time and you didn't recognize her name, but as I said, it has been a while. I'm hard of hearing, so I missed much of your conversation with my friend, but it did sound interesting. My friend was here from NV and you gave him your card which he forgot here, so I decided to look up your site. I'm totally amazed at what an interesting life you have lived. I've read every word you wrote here and intend to order your latest book on Amazon. I'm very impressed.
Reply Helena Gunther
2:43 PM on March 20, 2014 
Nice website. Good luck. H
Reply Richard Hurley
1:46 PM on December 20, 2013 
Nice site, Bruce. I'll keep your barrel-cleaning story in mind the next time I lift a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon.
Reply Dianna Mount
12:41 PM on June 8, 2013 
Love the cover!!
Reply Mary Jane Naylor
6:27 PM on May 4, 2013 
Hello, Bruce Bradley, ...... A friend and I took a short trip up to see the National Hotel earlier this week, looking for my ex-daughter-in-law. I haven't talked to her in a long time and you didn't recognize her name, but as I said, it has been a while. I'm hard of hearing, so I missed much of your conversation with my friend, but it did sound interesting. My friend was here from NV and you gave him your card which he forgot here, so I decided to look up your site. I'm totally amazed at what an interesting life you have lived. I've read every word you wrote here and intend to order your latest book on Amazon. I'm very impressed.
Reply cheryl ernst
9:16 PM on August 23, 2012 
hello bruce bradley..many years ago i worked with you at inglenook winery. i read a story you were working on, it was a science fiction type. my daughter is friends with rob, who works at wm. harrison winery. i think rob gave the hugh glass book to my son-in-law who in turn loaned it to me. i just finished reading about all of hugh's adventures. goodness, life was tough in his neck of the woods. i am pleased that you are a published author and doing what you like. congratulations on meeting your goal.