“A long legged cinnamon bear snatched the remains of some ribs of beef from under the nose of a big mother black bear at the moment she was calling her two little cubs to partake of the roast. “
“Mixed with the eager excitement of the hunter was a certain half melancholy feeling as I gazed on these bison, themselves part of the last remnant of a doomed and nearly vanished race.”
“I love Montana’s many small museums because the do such a good job of preserving history and promoting community spirit.”
“I chanced to run under a tree, with low branches. I took hold of the branches and hoisted myself in, without any expectation of saving my life. I had no more than got into the tree, before an Indian on horseback dashed under it.”
“The test was of a most severe nature, and it affords me great pleasure to be able to state the bicycles stood the work extraordinarily well, and are without doubt very fine machines.”
I’ll focus on the human drama of the Indians’ encounters with tourists in Yellowstone Park.
“Above the square part of the building was a great loft, and this was elegantly subdivided into cells by burlap partitions reaching rather more than half‑way up.”
The drive to northwest Montana last Tuesday was gorgeous. Fluffy white clouds sailed across a blue sky above snow capped …