Another long, lost photo from last summer I finally had a chance to share…

No running water, no power.  This is what wash day looked like back in the pioneer days, and I bet the laundry wasn’t a constant work-in-progress like the wash is at my house with running water, a washing machine, and dryer.

The Big Horn County Historical Museum is one of my favorite places in Montana.  Well-preserved, it does an amazing job of teaching current generations about the details of everyday life long ago.  From the doctor’s office to the train depot, from the country store to the German church, it’s fascinating to step back in time […]

This gorgeous log cabin summer home is one of my favorites along the “back roads” drive to Red Lodge.  It reminds me of the opposite of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s book, “Little House in the Big Woods,” especially after a devastating forest fire nearly consumed the house a few years ago. Oh what I would do […]

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