The "Good Tidings and Great Joy" book tour took Gov. Palin to Roanoke, VA this morning and to Monroe, LA this evening for a little southern hospitality with the Duck Dynasty family.
It seems that Gov. Palin was having some fun with her Facebook page today posting a photo of someone dressed up as Santa Claus, She posted additional photos of "Between events travel" and book tour photographer Shealah Craighead.
Gov. Palin also gave a special shout-out to those that attended the signing in Roanoke. Via Facebook she wrote:
Yes, Virginia! There is a Santa Claus! At least it felt that way this morning in Roanoke, Virginia! The Christmas season’s festive kindness was out in force during the “Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas” book tour event! Thanks so much to everyone who joined us and to the Barnes & Noble staff! Merry Christmas to you all!
P.S. In this photo, I'm signing an Iron Dog hoodie from Alaska that a great supporter wore to the Virginia book signing. Todd's gearing up for his 21st Iron Dog, and that's why he's not on this leg of tour.
Gov. Palin also posted a photo gallery consisting of 13 pictures from her time in Roanoke. Looks like someone presented her with some tasty treats!
Later in the day Gov. Palin was welcomed to Monroe, LA by the Robertson family of Duck Dynasty.
"Happy, happy, happy!" Thanks to the Robertson family and the Duck Commander team for welcoming us to West Monroe, LA! #GoodTidingsAndGreatJoy
Should any additional remarks or photos on the Monroe signing become available I'll update this blog entry.
At this point in time there are no other dates that have been announced for the "Good Tidings and Great Joy" book tour.