Historic Mining Camp – National Historic Landmark. Constructed in 1852 by Capt. J. Mullan. Photographed at St. Regis, southwest Montana. I hope you enjoy a “lingering look at these windows”.
I just posted about Three Arches in Glacier National Park, saying that we took the Red Bus Tour. Isn’t this one beautiful bus? The buses were built between 1936 and 1939 by the White Motor Company of Cleveland, Ohio. In 2002, Glacier Park, Inc, the Ford Motor Company, the National Park Foundation, and many others made it possible for the […]
US Highway 2, Northwest Montana
There are lots of small towns along Highway 2 going across the north of Montana and we knew we were coming upon one because we could see a water tower and grain elevators. Of course we also knew it was a town because it wasn’t a wheat field. There are only these two things. Running next to the road is […]
We spent the past two days driving through North Dakota and Montana, so vast horizons have been central on my mind. Montana is known as Big Sky Country, and with a big sky comes a big horizon, and big wheat fields, and big trains. I was talking with the young owner of a cafe we stopped at for coffee, in […]