“Then we came upon a man holding in his arms the greatest curiosity of all, a baby! We went on a bit farther and saw a woman!”
“Each member, as discoverer, should be entitled to five claims of two hundred feet each along the gulch. … What shall we do with the rest.”
Although most of Yellowstone Park’s land mass lies in Wyoming, most of its early history is in Montana.
“The horses were gone and we were at the end of our rations with a big storm upon us.”
“If I were writing fiction, it would be easy to foreshadow the drama . . .”
— Postcard, Yellowstone Digital Slide File.
“Grace D. slid several feet before she could get hold of a rock that would hold her. Even then she realized that it would soon loosen.”
The highlight of my book signing last night occurred when carolers stopped at the Manhattan Museum to regale everybody with song.
I’ll be signing copies of my book, Adventures In Yellowstone: Early Travelers Tell Their Tales, on Thursday, December 9, at …
“The springs throw particles to the immense height of from twenty to thirty feet in height. The clay is white and of a pink. The water appears fathomless,”