A thinker needs no hands.
Bears are resilient animals that adapt quickly to changes in their surroundings so their behavior provides an interesting way of looking at Yellowstone Park history.
I agreed to read from my books at the Gallatin History Museum Kid's Day — part of the Annual Bozeman Stroll — tomorrow afternoon from 1 to 3. The Museum will be open to families for some holiday treats, stories, and holiday picture opportunities in the jail cells. Representatives from the Gallatin County Sheriff’s department… Continue reading An Event — Reading at the Museum for the Bozeman Stroll
"We heard a most awful rumbling, the ground shook under our feet, and there burst into the air a column of water and steam that looked as if it reached the skies."
My course on "Early Travel to Yellowstone Park" begins in just a week, and I've been working hard to get ready. It's a reprise of one I taught in 2013 for Montana State University's Wonderlust Series, so preparation is mostly revising notes and slides from my files. Those are in good shape, but I'm glad… Continue reading An Event — Getting Ready for Early Travel to Yellowstone Class
The Stories of Yellowstone covers more than a hundred years and contains 72 stories chosen to represent all kinds of Yellowstone experiences.
In Gallatin County, party officials at both Republican and Democratic headquarters though suffrage had carried there. But when the official results came in they showed 47 percent in favor and 53 percent against.
I've been getting ready to launch my new middle-grades novel, Macon's Perfect Shot, with a reading Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 6 p.m. at the Gallatin History History Museum, 317 W. Main, in Bozeman.
The newly discovered manuscript should help historians answer some long standing questions.
Over the weekend, C-SPAN broadcast a story about my book, Adventures in Yellowstone, on Book TV.