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Deal Me In

It's another fun afternoon of cards & conversation this Monday up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. The community card party kicks off at 1:30 Monday afternoon with a variety...and I mean "A VARIETY" of games to be played! It's always a lot of fun with some tasty treats & drinks provided by the Heritage Center

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My Home's in Montana
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Growing Up On A Wheat Ranch

Drama, danger, delight & disappointment is what this tome is all about & I'll be reading more of it this evening (Tuesday) at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. We're currently enjoying Kareen Bratt's book, "My Home's In Montana" & I've found it to be a delightful romp into an era & a way of life that is nearly unknowable except to the hardy few who still stake their claim out here on the wind swept prairies of Montana

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My Home's in Montana
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Back To Our Roots

I'll be BACK at the Marias Heritage Center this evening (Tuesday) to read "Montana History". I love the book that we're currently enjoying...it's "My Home's In Montana" by Fort Benton native Kareen Bratt

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A Good Day For Cards

With this weather, it's a good time to stay in the warm indoors & enjoy some card games. The Marias Heritage Center's Community Card Party is on tap for Monday afternoon at 1:30. ALL their Community Card Games are a blast & Monday's activities should be no exception

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My Home's in Montana
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My Home’s In Montana

My home IS in Montana but "My Home's In Montana" is also the title of the book we've started reading during "Montana History" Tuesday evenings at the Marias Heritage Center. This is the book that Marie Ostrem was kind enough to loan me & share with the group. Th

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I’m Looking Forward To This

It's Tuesday & as usual, I'll be going up to the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby tonight to read Montana History to some of the Heritage Center residents. We'll be finishing up the Nancy & Charlie Russell book this evening & my friend, Marie Ostrem, is bringing along a new book to read that deals with a Fort Benton area woman who was one of our pioneer agriculture people here in rural Montana

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St Mary Lake- Boston Public Library Postcard Collection
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Wish You Were Here…..

This iconic view of St Mary Lake is one of the 91 vintage Montana postcards in the collection of the Boston Public Library. Here are a few of the postcards from our area. Click HERE to view the entire collection on flickr.com .

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A Million Celler

This book should be if it's not already. I'm blogging this afternoon about the NEXT book I'll be reading at Montana History up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. This tome (or should I say "tomb") is titled "Dark Spaces-Montana's Historic Penitentiary At Deer Lodge"

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Anyone For Cards

I always like to blog about my Tuesday evening "Montana History" reading up at the Heritage Center. I've found, that not only is the Marias Heritage Center a fun place to live, BUT there's a ton of fun activities going on up there ALL the time

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Behind Every Man
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500 Miles And/Or 2 States Away Might Be Far Enough

Today's Tuesday & that means I'll be reading "Montana History" to some of the residents at 6 this evening at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. We are finishing up "Behind Every Man-The Story of Nancy Cooper Russell" by Joan Stauffer & I've come to the conclusion that if "this woman" (Nancy Russell) was behind her man (Charlie Russell), I would only pray that she was MILES behind the kindly old western artist

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Charlie Russell
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Rounding 3rd & Heading Toward Home

We are about two thirds of the way through our book at the Tuesday evening Montana History at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. Today's Tuesday & I'll be heading toward the Heritage at 6 tonight for more Montana History reading. As

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Mining Childhood
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Let’s Boogie To Butte

I thoroughly enjoy living here in our Golden Triangle. Life here on the Hi-Line seems "just right". I do think that when asked to name Montana's most colorful city, I'd have to say that the old mining city, Butte, takes that honor

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