At least, I'll be reading ABOUT the "trails" this evening (Tuesday) when I'm up at the Marias Heritage Center perusing & sharing more Montana History. We'll continue reading about the man I refer to as the "Dean of Trails," the last W.J. Yenne over in Glacier Park. The book is "Switchback: Fifty Years in Glacier and the West." My hat's off to the Pulitzer Prize WINNING founder of the Hungry Horse News, Mel Ruder...Ruder wrote, "W.J. Yenne was the man who best knew Glacier National Park's 1,000 miles of trails!" That says it all about this tome, & I'm looking forward to delving into it more tonight at 6 o'clock SHARP in the Sun Room at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. In the meantime, Happy Trails to you...