I present "The Montana Gin Marriage Law of 1935" to Smart Women on Wednesday, October 9, at 3 p..m. at Aspen Point in Bozeman.
I'll return to Old Faithful Inn this weekend to sign copies of my book, Adventures in Yellowstone: Early Travelers Tell Their Tales. I'll be in the lobby of the Inn Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 17-18) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and and 3 to 5 p.m. If you're in the area, stop by my table … Continue reading An Event: Signing Books Again This Weekend at Old Faithful Inn
I'll be in the lobby of the world famous hotel on Aug. 10-11 and Aug. 17-18 from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m.
"The talk, which is part of the Gallatin Historical Society's Fall Lecture Series, will focus the dramatic stories told by tourists who survived run-ins with the Indians in the Summer of 1877."
"It's got great adventure stories like the time a mountain man tangled with Blackfeet or when "Bird" Calfee saved a man who fell in a geyser."
Grand Geyser was erupting the last time I rode up to Old Faithful Inn for a book signing. I took the towering white plume of water and steam silhouetted against the pale blue sky as an auspicious sign. This will be a good day to sell books, I thought. I'll be in the lobby of the … Continue reading An Event: Ready To Sign Adventures in Yellowstone at Old Faithful Inn
"I love Montana's many small museums because the do such a good job of preserving history and promoting community spirit."
I'll focus on the human drama of the Indians' encounters with tourists in Yellowstone Park.
The drive to northwest Montana last Tuesday was gorgeous. Fluffy white clouds sailed across a blue sky above snow capped mountains. Deep blue pine forests in the distance were covered with patches of snow that make them look like acid bleached denim. Rivers, full with spring rain and snow melt, ran aquamarine except where side … Continue reading An Event: Northwest Montana Tour Was Great Fun
"I think the presentation will give a good ideas of what it would have been like to tour Yellowstone Park a hundred years ago. I know I’ll enjoy being in Sheridan."