How my family came to Montana and practical jokes with Old Faithful.
A gamblin’ man loses his hat trying to replenish his stake.
At a high school alumnae affair I fulfilled a lifetime fantasy.
When Henry G. Merry tried to pilot is Winton past park rangers, they mounted up and gave chase. They lassoed the car and dragged it to the Park Superintendent.
While working at the Pioneer Museum today, I came across several historic newspaper articles by accident that will be useful for my book on the Nez Perce in Yellowstone Park.
I began working on my blog today and got further with it than I expected. Trial and error is a tough way to learn, but I’m getting the hang of WordPress. I should have an attractive blog soon. Check it out.
An excerpt from Truman Evert’s famous account of being lost and alone for 37 days in the Yellowstone Wilderness in 1877.