I've been getting ready to present "Sidesaddles and Geysers: Women's Adventures in Early Yellowstone" on Thursday, Nov. 5, at 6:30 in the Park County Senior Center, 206 South Main, Livingston. The program, sponsored by Humanities Montana, is free and open to the public. I always enjoy getting ready for my presentations because it gives me … Continue reading An Event — Ready to Present at Park County Senior Center in Livingston
"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."
It would heave and swell, and the glorious fountain would suddenly burst up again into the blue sky!
"Thar is allus the devil to pay, and after that it most usually settles."
Everything went smoothly, we all behaved as well as if we had been chaperoned—perhaps better.
She is a happy and self-reliant creature, the savage, and the best hype of American girl.
While checking to see how my blog was doing yesterday, I noticed that one of my hits came from Billings author Craig Lancaster's Wikipedia page. "That's strange," I thought. So I checked it out. Sure enough! There it was in footnote number 10, a citation to my post of March 1, 2011, "Reading Hemingway in Yellowstone by Craig … Continue reading This blog is credible — Wikipedia makes it official
I received this very nice letter today from Zack Lea of Bozeman. I'm thrilled that he loved my book, Macon's Perfect Shot. I wrote it with guys like Zack in mind. He turned 12 today. Happy Birthday, Zack.
The girls seemed to be enjoying them selves with a big jumping rope so we found them and played school kids for a while.
Yellowstone Park's colonial style Lake Hotel has been added to the National Registry of Historic Places. Originally built by the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1891, Robert Reamer, the architect who conceived the remarkably different Old Faithful Inn, redesigned and expanded it in 1903. The hotel has been renovated several times since then. Here's how travel writer … Continue reading Yellowstone’s Lake Hotel Joins National Registry of Historic Places