The brochures are ready to be printed, as of this morning.
I set aside the flyer and used that material on the outside of the brochure. One less thing to keep track of as I travel.
The paper petition is ready to be printed for me to carry with me on the trip.
I have gathered information from The Innocence Project at Yeshiva University; The Innocence Project has meant exoneration for some 240 people--many on death row. My hope is that this will prove helpful to establish without argument that there actually are innocent people in US prisons.
I have bumper stickers that say "Free Elsa Newman," and they are all ready to go.
The signs are on the motor home. The signs on the metal stayed on well. However, I must make some replacement signs for some that came off the glass. I will put the replacement signs INSIDE the windows, rather than trying to drive in pouring rain with outside signs.
I am beginning to make some media contacts, despite the poor piece of writing I put out at first. I think I will now send copies of the brochure to media, rather than trying to write a "press release" at which it seems I am a dismal failure.
I have twenty-two days to go, leaving three weeks from tomorrow, God willing.
All that remains is to finish the printing...make four replacement signs and have them laminated...and get the MK ready to go. Hmmm. Maybe I'll leave early. The earlier I am on the road, the better my hopes for the weather between here and northern Idaho, which will be my first stop.