A Piece Of Shredded Wheat
That’s how Neil Mellblom, a reporter for “Time and Life,” wrote about the road 3 miles north of West Yellowstone after the 1959 Yellowstone earthquake. He wrote that asphalt was spread as far as a foot in many places & the driving surface dipped east to west & north to south & then back again. We’re currently reading Larry Morris’s “The 1959 Yellowstone Earthquake” up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. I’ll be up there tonight (Tuesday) at 6 to read & share more of this breathtaking riveting read. I never liked shredded wheat when I was a kid & after reading reporter Mellblom’s wry description, I like it even less now. See you this evening, 6 o’clock SHARP for more Montana History at the Heritage. I hope Judy’s not feeding them shredded wheat for supper tonight!