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Manliness

Guys from my generation grew up with some mighty tough movie star male role models. Think of Lee Marvin who played rough and tumble characters on the screen. In real life, Marvin had been a sniper in the U.S. Marine … Continue reading

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Thinking About Yellowstone

On March 1, 1872, the United States innaugurated the world’s very first national park. National park status was debated earlier that year before the US Congress voted to set aside over a million acres of public land located mostly in … Continue reading

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Montana Becomes A Territory

Whenever I think of the State of Montana, I think of Montanans I know.  An aunt and uncle live near the small town of Victor.  One of my childhood friends lives in Missoula.  During visits, I’ve always enjoyed the wild, … Continue reading

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