About Back to Tomororw by Gwynn Morgan
First here is the cover of Back to Tomorrow. I wanted to be sure lightning appeared in it since lightning plays a key role in the plot! And part of the display here actually comes from an amazing photo I took some years ago at my old home twenty miles west of Tombstone. I lived near Huachuca City. In an ancient Native American language of the Sopapuri tribe "Huachuca" means Place of the Thunder or Where the Thunder Walks. The spelling comes from the Spanish atttempt to spell the word and it is pronouced--more or less--Wa-CHOO-ka. I call my photo which is posted here too, The Spirit of Hauchuca. Can you kind of visualize a Native shaman holding up a buffalo skull as he strides through the storm? I got a bunch of other lightning photos that night but only one--ever--so amazing!! I called it a gift shot; I never saw it until I had the film processed--did not have a digital camera at the time.